Worth Avenue is an upscale shopping district which stretches four blocks from Lake Trail to South Ocean Boulevard. Its special charm comes from smaller, architecturally significant “Vias” off the main avenue. These walking areas distinguish Worth Avenue from other shopping streets. The first steps to become fashionable started with the construction of the Everglades Club in 1918 towards the west end of Worth Avenue. The first stores were built near this Club on Via Mizner and Via Parigi, named for Worth Avenue’s original developers, architect Addison Mizner and Paris Singer. The avenue’s oldest store, Kassatly’s, has been in business since 1923. Reflecting the lifestyle of Palm Beach market, the street has approximately 250 high-end shops, boutiques, restaurants, and art galleries, including Trillion, Neiman Marcus, Cartier, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Tiffany, Tourneau, Hermes, Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Pucci, Christophle, Vinyard Vines, Brooks Brothers, Loro Piana, St. John, Island Company, Stubb and Wotten, and many more. An open-air mall, the Esplanade or 150 Worth, lies at the eastern end of Worth Avenue. It offers a variety of upscale shops anchored by the upscale department store Saks Fifth Avenue. A 25-foot (8m) Clock tower on the beach side at the end of Worth is a popular spot to watch the sun come up over the vast Atlantic ocean.
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