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Abacoa is a family-friendly community comprised of 16 individual neighborhoods, a town center, recreational fields, numerous parks and swimming pools, and a professional baseball complex. Real estate in Abacoa consists of custom estates, single family homes, townhomes, condos, apartments, and mixed-use lofts wherein residential units are located directly above privately-owned businesses.
With initial construction beginning in 1996, the 2,055 acre master-planned development now has more than 4,000 homes built by respected homebuilders such as DiVosta Homes, Frankel Paone, Town and Country, and Delcrest. Each neighborhood in Abacoa has its own distinct style and architecture. For example, Mallory Creek resembles Key West style homes and beach cottages with double front porches and tin roofs. As its namesake implies, Charleston Court is a townhome community reminiscent of the historic architecture in South Carolina’s Lowcountry. Three of Abacoa’s most established neighborhoods -- New Haven, Tuscany and The Island -- showcase Spanish influences and traditional Florida style homes, while Valencia, which is perhaps Abacoa’s most luxurious neighborhood, demonstrates magnificent, Mediterranean style estates, many of which are custom built with well-appointed interior details.
All Abacoa neighborhoods are designed with ample green space and private alleyways, inviting leisurely interaction among neighbors. In fact, neighbors quickly become lifelong friends, and, as Jupiter’s most popular family neighborhood, children are never short on playmates or activities. Homeowners take great pride in decorating for seasonal events like Halloween, Christmas, and the Fourth of July. Monthly “rally in the alley” events allow neighbors the opportunity to casually enjoy happy hour with each other while carefree children run with their comrades.
Additionally, downtown Abacoa hosts a wide array of seasonal events and concerts including Abcoa Market Nights, a weekly walk through market that showcases local vendors, artisans, farmers, and musicians; Friday Night Flicks, an outdoor movie experience hosted by the Abacoa Property Owners Assembly; and Food Truck Invasion, an evening event that focuses on variety food trucks, live music, dancing, and more. The vibrant downtown Abacoa district, known as Abacoa Town Center, has an array of speciality shops, pubs, and restaurants. Fashionistas who prefer unique clothes over bulk department store ones, find trendy threads at Ileen Girl Boutique, Marston, Ms. Outlaw, and East Coast Bridal and More. Foodies frequent dining establishments like Jumby Bay, Le Metro Bistro, Copacabana, Costello’s Trattoria, J.J. Muggs Stadium Grill, FreshII, and Hokkaido Hibachi and Sushi, which features flavorful Japanese, French, Italian, Cajun, and American cuisines.
Locals enjoy their libations and craft beers at popular pubs including Aaron’s Table and Wine Bar (formerly Rooney’s), Civil Society Brewing Company, and Das Biergarten. Exercise enthusiasts are pleased to have convenient access to E3 Strength, Zeal Yoga Studios, Rising Sun Martial Arts, and Club Pilates. The Abacoa Property Owners’ Assembly (APOA) also leads group walks and runs each week, and Abacoa hosts a few 5K races each year including Live Like Jake and STRONGER than Cancer. Other downtown businesses include hair and nail salons, a barber shop, financial consultants, and programs for children like Kids Need More Art, STEM Studios, and the Chabad Jewish Center of Jupiter.
The Roger Dean Baseball Stadium, located off Main Street in Abacoa, is home to the Jupiter Hammerheads and Palm Beach Cardinals, both minor league baseball teams. The facility also hosts spring training for its professional feeder teams: the Florida Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals. Apart from its promotional baseball games, the Apart from its promotional baseball games, the stadium organizes summer baseball camps, Kids Fest, Super Splash Recreation Days, annual Easter egg hunts, firework displays, and much more.
Besides baseball, another favorite Florida pastime is golf. The Palm Beach Gardens-Jupiter area is known as the “Golf Capital of the World,” with numerous private courses earning national accolades for their intrinsic design, immaculate greens, and incredible waterfront views. Arguably the finest public course in Jupiter, the Abacoa Golf Club does not disappoint its patrons. Designed by the late golf architect Joe Lee, the 18-hole championship course features elevated coastal terrain and unobstructed fairways surrounded by water hazards and natural vegetation. The clubhouse resembles a Florida style estate and features a back portico with views of the 18th hole. A popular venue for weddings, baby showers, bat mitzvahs, and corporate luncheons, the Abacoa Golf Clubhouse has its own restaurant and grille room. Perhaps one of the best kept secrets, this public facility also has its own learning center and offers private and group golf instruction, junior golf, team golf, and a weekly “chip-and-sip” for ladies.
Abacoa families are pleased to send their children to Jupiter’s top rated school system, which includes neighborhood schools: Lighthouse Elementary for kindergarten through 2nd grade, Beacon Cove Intermediate for 3rd - 5th grade, and Independence Middle School for 6th, 7th and 8th grade. For high school, students transition to either Jupiter High School located off Military Trail in Jupiter or Dwyer High School located off Central Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens. Jupiter High School, a choice school, offers speciality programs in engineering, environmental science, medical, and agriculture / horticulture. These academic paths allow students to focus on a specific field of interest while completing required, core courses. Similarly, Dwyer High School has magnet programs for finance, construction, and early childhood teacher education. Dwyer also has an International Baccalaureate program for qualifying students. Both schools consistently earn top awards for both academics and athletics.
The recreation, activities, small town vibe, and A-rated school system make Abacoa an easy choice for families with young children. However, Abacoa’s amenities are attractive for single adults, retirees, and college students as well. Single adults who desire an urban lifestyle but want to remain close to the beach, find the perfect work-life-play balance in Abacoa’s mixed-use condo communities like Abacoa Village, Antigua, or Greenwich. Active retirees who enjoy golfing, swimming, or playing tennis, are drawn to Abacoa’s The Island, which is within walking distance to the driving range and clubhouse. And college students who need a safe living community close to college, find townhome communities like Charleston Court or condo complexes like The Sophia the ideal location. Here, students can walk or bike to their classes at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) Jupiter Campus or easily commute via I-95 to nearby Palm Beach State College or Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Additionally, annual events like ArtiGras, a Feast of Little Italy, and the Jupiter Seafood Festival showcase local talent and fare and always prove fun for people of all ages.
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