Abacoa is a modern master-planned community that offers residents an exceptional live-work-play lifestyle. The community features 17 distinct neighborhoods constructed from 1997 onward. Housing options in Abacoa include condominiums, townhouses, single-family homes, and grand estates in a range of architectural styles varying between neighborhoods. There are Key West-style homes in Mallory Creek, elegant South Carolina Lowcountry-style properties in Charleston Court, and traditional Florida-style architecture with Mediterranean influences in the neighborhoods of New Haven, Tuscany, and The Island.
Downtown Abacoa boasts some of Palm Beach County’s best shopping, dining, and entertainment. Highlights include international fusion cuisine and live music at, mouthwatering steak and seafood at , frozen desserts at , Cuban and Caribbean cuisine at , health-conscious eats at , and Japanese fare at . Special deals and events across Abacoa businesses include days at several of the most popular downtown eateries. AquaZure and Aaron’s both offer indulgent weekend brunch specials with bottomless mimosas.
Abacoa is home to , which hosts four minor league baseball teams and spring training for the MLB’s Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals. Close to Roger Dean Stadium, the 12-acre has concrete ramps and bowls plus two roller hockey rinks. Facilities at include lighted courts for tennis, racquetball, and basketball, a children’s playground, and four multi-purpose fields. offers one of Florida’s best public golf courses. This scenic course was the last designed by the late Joe Lee. It features 18 holes of challenging play for all ability levels with 14 holes surrounded by water.
Public schools in Abacoa are operated by the Palm Beach County School District.