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Jupiter’s first brewery opens next week

Beers from Jupiter’s first brewery are scheduled to come out of the taps Friday, Nov. 20. Three Jupiter men are opening Civil Society Brewing Co. in Abacoa Town Center, and plan on serving their own microbrews. Read the full story in The Palm Beach Post. from Northern Palm Beach County For more information, visit –


Office building sells low on U.S. 1 in high-priced Jupiter

Office building is on two acres (Photo by Bill DiPaolo) A four-story commercial office building on U.S. 1 in Jupiter has sold for $2.9 million. Located on the west side of U.S. 1 across from Ocean Way, the 27,000-square-foot building was sold to CLI Properties llc. The property at 1150 South U.S. 1 was last sold in 2005 for $3 million, according to county property records. The latest buyers paid about $108 per square foot, far lower than recent sales prices for office property in north county, said local Realtor Rebel Cook. New office buildings are getting between $300-$400 a square foot. Existing office buildings are getting at least $150 a square foot, said Cook. “This is the strongest office selling market since 2006,” said ...

New stores opening at Downtown at the Gardens in November

Sugar and spice and everything nice are coming to Downtown at the Gardens just in time for the holiday shopping season. John and Esperanza Gekas are the franchise owners of the Spice & Tea Exchange coming to Downtown at the Gardens. Courtesy photo The Spice & Tea Exchange, which started in St. Augustine in 2005, will open at the outdoor shopping destination at Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue in mid-November. The roughly 700-square-foot store near Style So Chic and Lola Chiq will be the first in Palm Beach County, according to a news release. More locations are expected in the next few years. The shop sells more than 140 spices, salts from around the world, naturally-flavored sugars, salts from around the world and more than 30 ...

Tequesta PA BBQ closing; Jupiter one opening

Restaurant has eight locations, started in 1988 in Lake Park (Photo by Bill DiPaolo) 3 THINGS TO KNOW WHAT’S HAPPENING? Park Avenue BBQ Grille plans on closing it’s U.S. 1 location in Tequesta in about two months when a new PA opens on Indiantown Road in Jupiter West Plaza, just east of I-95 in Jupiter. Difficult parking and access are reasons for the closing, said PA BBQ Grille owner Dean Lavalee. WHAT’S NEXT? The Tequesta building is for sale for $1.2 million. The 35 Tequesta employees will work at other PA stores. If the restaurant is not sold, Lavalee said it would be reopened “but not related to Park Avenue.” WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU Lavalee started PA BBQ in 1988 in Lake Park and ...

Love Street development plan up for public hearing Nov. 10

A proposal to build a mixed-use commercial development on a 3.8-acre lot on Love Street and A1A in Jupiter is scheduled to go before the town’s planning and zoning commission at 7 p.m. on Nov. 10 at town hall. Charles Modica, the Hobe Sound developer who owns and plans to develop Suni Sands, owns 2 acres of the property. The other 1.8 acres is owned by the town. The plan calls for Modica to give the town property he owns near Saturn Street. In exchange, the town would give Modica the 1.8 acres. The town would use the Saturn Street property for a 300-vehicle surface parking lot, according to the proposal. The Love Street property is now being used for a surface parking lot for ...