In response to the suburban sprawl found in most of South Florida, Abacoa in Jupiter was planned to integrate work, live, play into a community of mixed use zoning and bringing all facets of community life together in one place. Abacoa is a carefully planned community of 15 distinct neighborhoods designed to incorporate the needs of daily life in one integrated master plan.
On the north side of Abacoa a community of 144 single family homes and 173 townhomes with Tuscan and French inspired designs are under construction. This neighborhood is called Canterbury Place Abacoa townhomes.
Townhomes in Canterbury Place will offer 5 different floor plans ranging in size from 1,406 to 2,226 square feet with private courtyards and both 1 and 2 car garages. Single family homes come in 15 different floors and sizes range from 1,595 to 3,401 square feet and homes will have 2 car garages. Residents of Canterbury Place also enjoy a heated pool, clubhouse, fitness center and a social room.
Abacoa combines academic, business and family life in one central Jupiter location. Our famous beaches are just 5-10 minutes away and the shopping and dining district of Palm Beach Gardens is only 10 minutes to the south. In Abacoa, the Roger Dean Stadium is home to the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals as well as the Jupiter Hammerheads. Golfers can also enjoy the Abacoa Golf Club and many others within a 10 minute drive.
Four schools are located in or adjacent to Abacoa: Beacon Cove Intermediate School, Independence Middle School, Lighthouse Elementary School and Jupiter Middle School. The high schools nearby are Jupiter High School and Dwyer High School and all of these schools are part of the Palm Beach County School District. In addition, Abacoa is home to the Jupiter branch campus of Florida Atlantic University and the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College.