Downtown Abacoa the Most Sought After Locations

Military Trail

MIAMI – ‘Lifestyle, love and location’ – that’s how one describes Abacoa, the 2055 acres community in the Palm Beach County in Florida, within the outskirts of Jupiter. Built around the concepts and principles of Traditional Neighborhood development, it has its own vintage design and charm.

Downtown Abacoais a 91,000 Sq. ft. neighborhood town center within Abacoa, which sports some of the most prestigious communities within Palm Beach County. Much like the other parts, it has a classic design and relaxed atmosphere, coupled with some the area’s best shopping, dining, entertainment, and nightlife experience.

The area around Jupiter Abacoa is one of the most sought after places when it comes to real-estate. Here are a few communities that would offer you the best downtown Abacoa experience:

Antigua at Abacoa
Antigua at Abacoa
This community is just a short walk from the town center. The picturesque central green appeals extensively to the senses. It consists of 280 luxury townhouses, with 80 commercially zoned for small business storefronts. This is reminiscent of the time when merchants traditionally lived above their businesses. Moreover, although coexisting with businesses, residents of Antigua at Abacoa enjoy a quiet, laid-back lifestyle with remarkable neighborhood amenities.


Abocais Botanica

The name is suggestive of the 60 acres of lush tropical preserve and the sparkling lake that surrounds the place. Botanica is a community of 540 homes with old Florida architecture. Apart from the residences, there is also the recreation area, the bike trails, and tropical pools with cabanas. Residents of Botanica enjoy a carefree, sun-drenched life of luxury and adventure. There is also the white sand beaches for shopping and fine dining; and the ‘Center Court’ that holds weekly entertainment, concerts, and activities.

Canterbury Place

Canterbury Place at Abocais
Canterbury Place is one of the newest communities in Downtown Abacoa. It features 144 single family homes and 173 townhomes, all within a family-friendly neighborhood. The amenities that the residents love includes a luxurious heated swimming pool, clubhouse with a grand room, state of the art fitness center, and aerobics room. The community is split by a pristine waterway with tropical landscaping and native vegetation.

Charleston Court at Abacoa

Charleston Place Accoais

This townhome community is modeled on the historic Charleston, South Carolina architecture. The homes in Charleston Court, which range from 1,600 to 1,865 Sq. ft., offer views of the Abacoa golf club. Within short walks from this residency, there is the town center and the Roger Dean Stadium which hosts two major league baseball teams – the Florida Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals during the spring training.

Greenwich at Abacoa

Military Trail

Located on the eastern side Military Trail in Abacoa, is this Traditional Neighborhood development, a mixed-use community that brings together residential and commercial condos and live-work units, work-live townhomes with commercial establishments on the ground floor with residential lofts. Greenwich is ideal for small business owners or individuals who desires a city-like lifestyle. With 269 units, it is also one of the largest communities in Abacoa. The residents enjoy fine shopping or dining on the Palm City Gardens. The location, which is within a 5-minute drive from the oceanfront, the famed Jupiter Lighthouse, and about 10 minutes from the local International Airport, is also a big advantage of this community.

Savor. Sip. Socialize – as they say in these parts, Downtown Abacoa must be one of your destinations for bringing life, work, and play together.


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