Over the last two years Jupiter's population has increased to about 60,000 residents. The dilemma is how to keep growing but still maintain that small town feel. There are five developments that are on the crux of new construction throughout the Jupiter area. We already know about Sonoma Isles, one of Jupiter's largest and newest master-planned communities. [Source]new developments in Jupiter

Located just minutes from downtown and the beach, Sonoma Isles will feature a wide range of homes, designs, amenities and luxuries all built by DiVosta Homes. Most of the homes will feature lakefront living with homes from 2500 ft.² to over 5000 ft.². These are not the only homes in the Jupiter area that are under development.

Love Street was projected to be a 45 foot tall observation tower, restaurant, 20 two-story buildings with offices, retail and restaurant but after warnings of too much congestion for the area, developer Charles Modica is rethinking the plans. He feels the smaller would be better, which many residents are in favor of. 

Suni Sands, once a mobile home park for about 200 residents is now turning to a hub for residential traffic. This 10 acre property fronts Jupiter Inlet and is planned as a Key West style marketplace. Charles Modica is also the developer who bought the property back in 2013 for $17 million. As the Jupiter natives, Charles plans on turning the area into restaurants, historical in, shops and docs perfect for water taxis and a boathouse.

The Institute for Healthy Living is a  $70 million Medical Center that will combine research, education and patient care located just north of Donald Ross Road. Plans are in the work for 235,000 square-foot clinic calling for 129 bed nursing home, a 70 bed assisted living facility and a 30 that center for residents with brain disorders. This facility is partnering with the Scripps research Institute and the Jupiter Medical Center.

Indiantown Road is undergoing renovation of its own. The 1/2 mile stretch of the town's main east-west road are being considered for renovation adding bicycle lanes, crosswalks, electric taxi cab lanes, medians and even dropping the speed limit from 45 mph. This area already has numerous shops, restaurants, theater, office buildings and churches.

And of course, Sonoma Isles. Homes formally located at Lakewood are now renamed Sonoma Isles and there will be an additional 260 acres of former farmland that will turn into new homes, restaurants, town centers and over 150,000 ft.² of research and development.

For more information on new developments in new construction throughout Jupiter Florida contact my office today or stay tuned to our blog for more details.