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The Commerce Department said Thursday that builders broke ground on houses and apartments at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 954,000. That’s 12.1 percent higher than November’s annual rate and nearly double the recession low reached in April 2009.
For the year, builders started work on 780,000 homes. That’s still roughly half of the annual number of starts consistent with healthier markets. But it is an increase of 28.1 percent from 2011.…
Admirals Cove is a private, award-winning, Platinum golf and country club community with 900 residences. Located in Jupiter, FL, the waterfront community of Admirals Cove consists of 16 unique streets offering a range of home styles, amenities, and views.
Because Admirals Cove is such a unique and impressive community, I have created area pages for each street in Admirals Cove. My site is the only site at this time which offers specific information about streets in Admirals Cove and lists homes for sale by street in Admirals Cove.
On Captains Way and Nautical Way, residents enjoy a carefree lifestyle in oceanview condos that are close to the Clubhouse, pool, and private docks. Island Drive is a quiet street with only seventeen single-family…
Only minutes from Palm Beach International Airport, Jonathan's Landing is a luxurious boating and golfing community located in Jupiter, Florida. Jonathan's Landing consists of 27 unique villages: 18 villages offer single family homes and 9 villages offer condos or townhomes. Whether you are looking for a grand estate with a private pool and a lush tropical backyard, or a carefree luxurious lifestyle that condo living offers, Jonathan's Landing can meet your needs.
With dozens of homes for sale in Jonathan's Landing to choose from, it is often easier to search by village for Jonathan's Landing homes.
Or, if you have a specific home style in mind, search only for single-family homes or condos in Jonathan's Landing.
Jonathan's Landing Attractions…
Florida's hurricane shelters are for people who have no where else to go, who do not live in sound structures, and who are within the evacuation area.
You should take your emergency kit, medications, identification, blankets, and snacks with you. If you have special medical needs, you should go to a special needs shelter only. Animals are not permitted in the shelter unless they are service animals. You will not be allowed to leave until the "all clear" is given.
This information was correct on June 1, 2012. Ensure that shelters are open before you evacuate.
Jupiter Hurricane Shelters
INDEPENDENCE MIDDLE SCHOOL, 4001 Greenway Drive
Palm Beach Gardens Hurricane Shelters
PALM BEACH GARDENS HIGH SCHOOL, 4245 Holly Drive