“Before Abacoa, Jupiter was on its way to being a bedroom community. Scripps, Max Planck, the expansion of Florida Atlantic University — none of that would have happened here without Abacoa.”
— Robert Lecky
(Former Building Director Abacoa, Florida)
Designed to mirror the way most people conduct their lives, Abacoa is a 2,055 acre master-planned mixed community in Jupiter, whose 17 neighborhoods offer people a balance between work, leisure, shopping, and home life.
A Patchwork Quilt
A bird’s-eye view of Abacoa displays a richly textured master plan that seamlessly melds offices, homes, neighborhoods, shops, schools, recreation sites, and nature preserves. With over 6000 residences and 3 million square feet of commercial space, Abacoa combines aspects of urban life that engages people more closely with their surroundings — and keeps them rooting for the community.
Abacoa is a place where people can live, work, relax, and continue their learning.
As one of the few Palm Beach’s master-planned community, Abacoa bridges our modern lifestyle with the traditional neighborly community. A walk through any of Abacoa’s 17 neighborhoods will leave no room for doubt that it is fostering a true sense of community among neighbors. Highlights include central community greens and buildings, front porches, alley access garages, and high level of interactivity between families.
Abacoa is home to Beacon Cove Intermediate School-Bessie Dubois Campus and Independence Middle School — and directs every neighborhood towards them with pedestrian and bicycle paths.
Lighthouse Elementary and Jupiter Middle schools stand with open doors just adjacent to the Abacoa community, whereas W.T. Dwyer High School and Jupiter High School are located at drive’s notice on the nearby Military Trail.
Just across the street from Abacoa’s Town Center and Stadium are the two contiguous college campuses that are home to Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College and Jupiter branch campus of Florida Atlantic University — and offer the research opportunities of a state university system and a great learning environment of an honors college.
Apart from educational institutes, Abacoa is home to the Hibel Museum located on the FAU campus, the Family Church, LifeSong Community Church, and Chabad Jewish Center of Jupiter.
Abacoa is home to a variety of business districts — from retail stores, professional offices, and restaurants — all of which are within walking/biking distance from the residential neighborhoods. Add to the mix Wackenhut, Scripps and Max Planck, and the Abacoan downtown is always bustling with activity.
Decide to come to Abacoa, Palm Beach, and your whole life can be stated as follows: Rent when you’re single or move in a live/work unit. Move up to a home when you have a family and downsize to a townhouse when the kids leave. Finally, move into senior housing when you are older.
Abacoa offers one of the most diverse housing landscapes in not only Jupiter, but also Florida as a whole. Every neighborhood combines housing options starting from renting, single family homes, duplexes, townhouses, live/work units, and senior housing.
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