Mangonia Park Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Established in 1947, the neighborhood of Mangonia Park is aptly named because of the large mango farms that once occupied the area. Mangonia Park residents are proud of the history of their town. Located in beautiful West Palm Beach, Florida, Mangonia Park is found in the “uptown” area, conveniently close to Interstate 95. The population of Mangonia Park is approximately 1,300.
Mangonia Park residents enjoy spending time at Addie L. Greene Park on 53rd Street. This picturesque park is replete with shady trees, a playground for the children, picnic grounds, racquetball courts, a basketball court, and a baseball field. Addie L. Greene Park is also home to Mangonia Park’s annual Community Heritage Festival, a popular event with the locals. Local athletic facilities include the Dick Milear Stadium, a football, soccer, and track and field stadium, and the Floyd Andrews Gym, a facility with basketball and volleyball courts. Baseball and softball players like to head to Rams Park. Perhaps all of these excellent athletic options are why Mangonia Park has been ranked as one of the top counties with the highest percentage of residents who exercise.
Mangonia Park is part of the Palm Beach County school district. Residents send their children to West Riviera Elementary School, home of the “Mustangs,” John F. Kennedy Middle School, home of the “Vikings,” and Palm Beach Lakes High School, home of the “Rams.”
Excellent transportation options are abundant in Mangonia Park. Many residents take advantage of the local bus service and the commuter rail service, which connects Mangonia Park with Miami. For those interested in venturing out of the area, the nearby Amtrak station and Palm Beach International Airport provide convenient transportation options for Mangonia Park residents.