Greenwich at Abacoa is located on the eastern side Military Trail in Abacoa, just south of Donald Ross Road. The Greenwich at Abacoa in Jupiter exemplifies Traditional Neighborhood Development within a mixture of retail, restaurant, office and residential uses. Residential uses include urban town homes, live-work units, work-live town homes with commercial uses on the ground floor and residential lofts. Greenwich at Abacoa offers you multiple choices in architecture and floor plans to suit your lifestyle. With quality craftsmanship and deluxe amenities throughout, each home has a distinctive charm. Choose between Anglo-Caribbean and Mediterranean three-story, two-bedroom townhomes with two-car garage and library, or our innovative three-story live/work homes with office space on the ground floor. Two-level condominiums offer two bedrooms on the top floor and an office below. For an urban experience, explore a spacious loft on the second or third floor of elegant Georgian-style mixed-use buildings. Abacoa is a master planned community in Jupiter, Florida consisting of 14 subdivisions with single-family homes, townhomes, apartments, shops and open green space. The Town Center within Abacoa serves as a social gathering place and offers boutiques, restaurants, and galleries in the community.
Greenwich at Abacoa Jupiter was built in 2006 by New Urban Communities and features Anglo-Caribbean and Mediterranean designed townhomes with multiple floor plans of two and three-story Abacoa townhomes to choose from. The community is zoned for mixed-use allowing the three-story Abacoa townhouses to have the live/work option (other Abacoa live/work communities), making it the perfect place for a small business owner who wants the convenience of living above his/her office or business. Greenwich is located to the east of Military Trail and to the north of Donald Ross Boulevard in Jupiter, FL. Amenities include a community pool, clubhouse, and playground for children. Greenwich is also linked to the Greenway which encompasses 260 acres of environmentally sensitive land for the protection of endangered wildlife, the study of nature, and miles of walking trails that connect with the local Jupiter area. Comparable townhomes can be found in Antigua, Osceola Woods, and Botanica.