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Sonoma Isles is coming to Jupiter, Florida

Sonoma Isles in Jupiter A new development is coming to Jupiter, Florida. Being built by DiVosta Homes, Sonoma Isles will be offering gorgeous homes centrally located to the interstates. A sign is already posted and noticeable off the interstate 95. Sonoma Isles, which was one referred to Lakewood in Jupiter will be developed west of the turnpike off Indiantown Road in Jupiter. Plans call for about 275 lots where the land clearing and development has already begun. DiVosta expects to begin sales by December 2015. Plans for the gated community include water views from nearly every home site and one- and two-story homes ranging from 2,400 to 5,000+ sq. ft. Community amenities include a 6,000-square-foot clubhouse with a community room, fitness facility, catering kitchen and ...

It’s almost serving time for ice cream in North Palm Beach

Dairy Queen on U.S. 1 in North Palm Beach is scheduled to open later this year(Photo by Bill DiPaolo) The building is out of the ground for the new Dairy Queen Grille & Chill restaurant being built on the east side of U.S. 1 in North Palm Beach. The restaurant is being built on a vacant property between Palmetto Way and Northlake Boulevard, the former site of Christopher’s Christmas Tree shop. Completion is scheduled for later this year. from Northern Palm Beach County For more information, visit –


Palm Beach Gardens community and builder reach resolution in suit

A fountain flows outside of the club house at Frenchman’s Reserve in Palm Beach Gardens in 2010. (Brandon Kruse/The Palm Beach Post) A Palm Beach Gardens luxury community has reached an agreement in the lawsuit against its builder, but the terms have not been publicly disclosed. Frenchman’s Reserve Attorney Jack Scarola confirmed the suit has been resolved in a confidential settlement, the documentation of which was completed about two weeks ago. “All I can tell you is that following the entry of summary judgment in favor of Frenchman’s Reserve, the matter was amicably resolved,” Scarola said. He previously said the club planned to seek more than $15 million. The club in March won a potentially multi-million dollar judgement against Toll Brothers subsidiary Binks Estates Limited Partnership. Frenchman’s ...

Three reasons why this local city is growing

Customer Dawn Samuels, of Palm Beach Gardens, left, is helped by Blessed Boutique owner Samia Pedalino during a fundraiser at the Downtown at the Gardens mall on April 4, 2015. (Richard Graulich / The Palm Beach Post) Serena Williams, Jack and Barbara Nicklaus and about 50,800 other people called Palm Beach Gardens home in 2013. Another 1,116 people moved into the city in 2014 – it ranks toward the top of the list for population growth in Palm Beach County. The city’s population grew 41 percent faster than the county’s rate overall from 2013 to 2014. The results of a recent survey of residents may explain why. Gardens residents said proximity to family, the weather, shopping and restaurants were their top reasons for living in the ...

What’s that tall building going up on PGA Blvd.?

Two 22-story towers are planned on US 1, just south of PGA Boulevard (Photo by Bill DiPaolo) The Water Club condominium is now 16 stories and gets taller every day. When complete, there will be two 22-story towers on the east side of U.S. 1 just south of PGA Boulevard in North Palm Beach. Plans call for 74 condos in each building. Each tower will have parking on the bottom floor. A private dock on the Intracoastal Waterway for residents is planned. Twenty townhouses are planned on the east side of the property. Water Club will be a gated community. When concrete was poured in February, it was one of the longest continual concrete pours in Palm Beach County history.   Artist rendering of completed towers Construction costs are expected to ...