It’s rare for readers to ask me about communities in specific counties in Florida, but for whatever reason, Palm Beach County is an exception to that rule.
Palm Beach County is the largest county in Florida by area, has 47 miles of coastline on the Atlantic Ocean, and in my estimation has more 55+ communities than any other county in Florida.
That said, most of the 55+ communities like Century Village and Kings Point were built in the ’70’s and ’80’s, and if you are like most of my readers, you’re looking for much newer communities.
Luckily for today’s modern retiree, there are still some great 55+ communities currently being developed in Palm Beach County.
Here’s a list of the 55+ communities in Palm Beach County currently selling new homes:
Valencia Sound – Boynton Beach, FL
Swim, play, dine, relax or socialize – you can do as much or as little as you want at Valencia Sound by GL Homes in Boynton Beach.
The nearly 39,000 square-foot Clubhouse with upscale indoor and outdoor amenities, including a full-service restaurant, sports lounge and multiple pickleball, tennis and bocce courts, provides the ultimate 55+ lifestyle in Boynton Beach. Hundreds of clubs are available to join, Broadway-style shows and entertainment are found in the Social Hall, classes on everything from art to fitness are scheduled at the Clubhouse, and tournaments are held at the world-class Racquet Club.
Homes start from the $700k’s.
Avalon Trails – Delray Beach, FL
855-968-1434 | Website
Avalon Trails is a 55+ active adult community located in Delray Beach, FL. If your retirement dream is to live just minutes from the beach, this is the place for you.
At the heart of the community is The Club at Avalon Trails, which will feature a resort-style pool and adjacent lap pool, a fully-equipped fitness studio, card rooms, a cafe, community garden, walking trails, tennis courts, pickleball courts, and more.
The homes at Avalon Trails will include 2 and 3 bedroom villas and single family homes that include features like granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and hurricane impact windows and doors, with prices starting in the mid-$300k’s.
Boca Flores – Boca Raton, FL
(561) 530-2255 | Website
Boca Flores is a gated community of 130 attached homes and condos located in beautiful Boca Raton, Florida. New home construction here began in 2017, and residents can enjoy amenities like a community clubhouse and swimming pool. In addition to having their own private amenities, residents can also enjoy a complimentary social membership to the nearby Boca Lago Country Club.
The attached homes at Boca Flores cover approximately 1,542 square feet. The condos are a little bit larger, ranging from 1,952 to 2,530 square feet. Those homes start in the low-$400s and can get up into the high-$400s.
Cresswind Palm Beach at Westlake – Westlake, FL
561-476-0051 | Website
Cresswind Palm Beach at Westlake is an active adult community located in Westlake, FL between Wellington and Palm Beach Gardens. The clubhouse offers residents a place to gather and participate in social activities facilitated by a full-time Lifestyle Director.
Outdoor amenities include pickleball & tennis courts, walking trails, resort-style pool and spa, resistance pool, dog park, event and entertainment areas.
New homes at Cresswind Palm Beach range from 2 to 4 bedroooms and start in the $300k’s.
Regency at Avenir – Palm Beach Gardens, FL
855-776-8655 | Website
Regency at Avenir is a 55+, active-adult community in Palm Beach Gardens offering exclusive resort-style amenities and a low-maintenance lifestyle.
Regency at Avenir’s private amenities will include a resort-style swimming pool and spa, state-of-the-art fitness and wellness center, a yoga studio, tennis, pickleball and bocce courts, a golf simulator, an art room with kiln, a ballroom, cafe, outdoor amphitheater, and more.
469 single-family homes are planned for Regency at Avenir, ranging in size from 1,800 to 2,800 square feet. Home prices start in the high $500k’s.
Know of another 55+ community in Palm Beach County currently selling new homes? Let us know in the comments down below and we’ll get it added to the list!