All Blog Entries by Lacey Hagler

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For the first time ever a mainland home in Northern Palm Beach County has broken the $30 million dollar mark. An incredible 30,000 square foot estate is the most expensive home ever listed in Jupiter and brings the community into the exclusive $30 million and up club. The property is owned by racing legend Johnny Gray and is being listed at $ 32.5 million. The Admirals Cove estate property features six bedrooms, seven full and three half bathrooms, an air-conditioned 25-car state-of-the-art garage with workshop and indoor parking for a tour bus, a million-dollar movie theatre crafted by an associate of film legend George Lucas, a gym, a commercial elevator, state-of-the-art electronics including drop down TV’s and sound system, a trophy room, a

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Place of Hope’s annual Sporting Clays Fun Shoot is a unique event in which people of various ages and professions are united by a common interest to support the mission of Place of Hope. This event is unlike any other major event that Place of Hope organizes, and Waterfront Properties is a proud sponsor!

In its ninth year, this event at South Florida Shooting Club is not to be missed! Shooters, sponsors, and attendees enjoy one of three courses, raffles, exciting games, a wonderful breakfast, and a huge BBQ lunch.

Place of Hope helps hundreds of children across Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, abandonment, and human trafficking. These children desperately need hope, healing and

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Why do we make New Year’s resolutions if we’re not trying to keep them??? In one study, only 12% of people who make resolutions felt they actually kept them. Some of the most common promises we make are to lose weight, eat healthier, exercise, make better financial choices, or quit a vice like smoking or alcohol.

The only way any of these new aspirations make a difference is by sticking to them, so here are a few ways to help you on a path to a better life, whatever your goal may be.

1. Create a specific measurable goal.

Don't bother creating a vague resolution like, "I want to get healthier," or "I want to be happier." Some days you'll feel as though you're reaching your goals, but other days you won't--and an intangible, vague goal will cause

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The Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts is an all-arts public magnet high school in Palm Beach County. This prestigious "A" school consistently ranks in the upper 2% of all schools according to U.S. News, and art areas include theatre, music, dance, visual arts, digital media, and communications.     One of the most unique schools in the United States, this audition and portfolio admission-based school brings together a class of amazingly diverse, highly motivated, driven students who give back to the community in thousands of hours of community service and art enrichment annually.   Dreyfoos' curriculum is a hybrid, where high-level academics and arts intersect, and it offers more Advanced Placement and AICE courses than any other…
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Also known as an “ocean potato” or “sea cow”,  the beloved Florida manatee is a gentle giant you’ll see calmly cruising throughout Jupiter Intracoastal waters. Manatees have a very friendly disposition, and while it may be tempting to feed or give them fresh water from your dock, it is illegal as they are a protected species.

Manatees are protected by the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972, the Endangered Species Act of 1973, and the Florida Manatee Sanctuary Act of 1978. It is illegal to feed, harass, harm, pursue, hunt, shoot, wound, kill, annoy, or molest manatees. For more information about state laws, please visit https://myfwc.com/conservation/you-conserve/wildlife/manatee/.

On the other hand, it’s wonderful to experience these calm

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Say hello to the newest member of the Waterfront family, “Topsy”! As a very thoughtful holiday thank you gift, our gracious friends from A1 Moving & Storage have adopted her in our name! Topsy is a green sea turtle receiving care at our beloved Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach after being rescued by the Coast Guard. She came in with unintentional boat strike injuries to the carapace which caused a systemic infection, hypoglycemia, and inability to dive and stay underwater. Her white blood cell count has increased and has been monitored closely since arrival, and she has gone through various surgeries and procedures to repair her carapace using implants.

Thanks to Loggerhead Marinelife Center, she is in excellent health, but still needs to

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Pictured: PBSO Sergeant Bert Gaudreau , Jupiter Realtor Rob Thomson, PBSO Deputy Carlos Aguero

Jupiter Realtor Rob Thomson of Waterfront Properties is teaming up with Big Dog Ranch Rescue to send some love this holiday season to our heroes in green and blue!

The next 100 law enforcement officers who adopt a dog or puppy will have their adoption fees fully paid by Thomson.

Rob is an advocate for pet adoption, and has even adopted a dog from Big Dog Ranch himself, "Rex", who can be seen brightening the lives of employees at Waterfront Properties & Club Communities daily. 

We invite you to visit BDRR.ORG to find a new furry friend, and bring your law enforcement ID to the ranch to adopt the newest member of your family at no cost to you!

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Every year Palm Beach County attracts Winter golfers with its beautiful 70-degree weather and clear, sunny skies. With its more than 150 public and private golf courses, Palm Beach County is known as the Golf Capital of the World. Unlike much of the rest of the country, PBC residents aren’t currently locked up indoors, waiting for the sun to return. We are just as active now as we are throughout the rest of the year.

The Palm Beaches have a lot to offer in the Winter. Salt and freshwater enthusiasts, for example, enjoy some of the best fishing in North America. Polo and equestrian events, including the World Cup and Winter Equestrian Festival, are particularly popular this time of year, draw large crowds and international celebrities. Our mild, cool

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This past week, The Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County hosted the 26th Annual Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade and Toy Drive to spread cheer to over 250,000 spectators on December 5th. The parade made its way up the Intracoastal Waterway from North Palm Beach to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Toys were collected along the parade route by a fleet of volunteer boats, many of which carried uniformed Marines.

Toys for Tots and Little Smiles are reporting that 5,500 toys were collected the night of the parade. Members of the community also made numerous monetary donations online at PalmBeachBoatParade.com, which will all go towards toy purchases for Toys for Tots and Little Smiles.

The stars of the parade were the dozens of decorated vessels

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The Coastal Conservation Association of Florida had an awesome “turnout” for their 2nd Annual Statewide Beach Cleanup this year by using an online app and a tournament layout.

The cleanup is run similar to a fishing tournament, but instead of submitting fish, participants submit their trash collections!

The event was managed through the iAngler Tournament App and website, and for each 5 gallon bucket of trash uploaded, participants received one entry for raffle prizes including Costa Sunglasses, Academy Sports + Outdoors Gift Cards and American Express Gift Cards provided by CCA Florida and iAngler. 

The event involved 98 total participants for one week straight, and was available in the entire state of Florida. Individuals could choose which

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