The streets in this community are named: Bellevue, Central Park West, Fifth Avenue North, Gracemere Street, and Hamilton Drive. These streets are lined with luxury homes, and the median home price in this neighborhood is $455K. This neighborhood has a few parks: Central Park is the major one, and there are a few smaller ones scattered around. The neighborhood has a historic district with some beautiful old houses that were built in the 1920s and 1930s by people who wanted to escape urban life for something more rural.
Local grocery stores around Central Park are West Indian Supermarket, Walgreens, and Central Park Shopping Center. There are plenty of restaurants around the area such as L'aureole French Bistro Restaurant in Central Downtown West Palm Beach
; Riccati's Pizza on Belvedere Road; and Italian restaurant Casaleggio Pizzeria at 405 Northlake Boulevard.
Regarding Homeowner Associations, in Central Park there are two, is Central Park East and West. Both of these communities have a Homeowner Association (HOA). The HOA on the east side has more than 130 homes, whereas the west side only has about 58 homes. This means there are fewer homeowners on one side as opposed to the other which can lead to some changes in the HOA. Property taxes are lower on the east side, but there is a higher demand for rentals and condos. The HOA in Central Park East has two golf courses (one of which is private) whereas Central Park West only has one.
If this isn't quite what you had in mind, please check out another West Palm Beach, FL community called Century Village