Projects

Arcadia Gardens

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Client

Co-developer - United Group of Companies

Executives' Role

Acquirer, Developer, Owner

Services Provided

Acquisition
Design oversight
Construction management
Financing

Project Size

191,000+ SF with 220 units/apartments

Tenancy

55+ independent living residents

Description

Arcadia Gardens is a $60 million project to build 220 apartments for “active adults” 55 and older. The apartments will be on RCA Boulevard across from Legacy Place. The community will include bocce courts, croquet, a community garden, a dog park, pickleball courts, and a passive park. United Group of Companies and Sina Companies are the co-owners and co-developers of the $60 million project.

“We’re really excited for it, ” said Malcolm Sina, executive chairman of Sina Companies. “The more that we talk about it in the community, the more we get a positive response, not only from people in general but from people who feel they would be interested in the project, because it’s really unique in the area here, being a high end, rental-only independent living facility.” Arcadia Gardens will feature two identical “L”-shaped residential buildings and a clubhouse, Sina said. The clubhouse will include a living room and fireplace, a commercial kitchen with optional dining programs, a dining room, and lounge, a game room, arts and crafts room, a media center, a state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga studio, and an on-site private salon and spa. All the apartments will have a screened-in patio, kitchen, washer/ dryer, luxury finishes, and 9-foot ceilings. Outdoor facilities include a resort-style pool; kitchen and fire pit; croquet, pickleball, and bocce courts; a community garden, dog park, and private lake with walking paths.

  • Arcadia-Gardens-Entrance
  • Arcadia-Gardens-Clubhouse

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