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Boynton Beach Community

Boynton Beach Community

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BOYNTON BEACH COMMUNITY AND REAL ESTATE

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Since 1994, Chabad-Lubavitch of Greater Boynton has pioneered a monumental, community building effort. A once vacant and rather deserted region has been transformed into a showcase of a traditional Jewish Community.

Through Chabad’s Campus for Living Judaism, a burgeoning oasis of traditional Jewish life has been created in the heart of Palm Beach County, Florida. Hundreds of observant families, and tens of thousands of Jews, surround Chabad’s campus. Each month brings more and more new families to our community.

Through its legendary acceptance of each Jew, Chabad has impacted the lives of countless thousands. It continues to ambitiously expand its outreach on an annual basis.

"Chabad seems to be on a non-stop mission, it just never stops" exclaimed former County Commissioner, Burt Aaronson. The beauty of this community is the kaleidoscope of all types of Jews. From the fully observant to those who have never been exposed to their Jewish heritage, Chabad’s unique style has endeared all types of Jews and has galvanized hundreds of families into a cohesive, meaningful and warm family of members. 

A recent demographic study cites Boynton Beach, Florida as having the fastest growing Jewish population in Palm Beach County - itself the fastest growing Jewish community in the United States.

The Immediate Area

The Chabad campus is centrally situated on El Clair Ranch Road between Boynton Beach Blvd. and Woolbright Road, 1 block east of Jog Road.

Within walking distance to the Shul are numerous residential developments appealing to a wide range of tastes, preferences, ages and budgets. From country club-living to active adult communities, from estate homes for large families to condo seekers seeking great value and the terrific quality of life, it is all here.

Chabad takes special personal pride in two communities in particular that were built adjacent to its campus.

In partnership with Paramount Residential, in 2003 Chabad began to design and market 55 estate homes in a community presently called Wyndsong Estates. These 4, 5 and 6 bedroom homes were built with all of the amenities any traditionally Jewish, young family would want. Kosher kitchens, large dining areas, play areas for the children, bus stops for day school buses made Wyndsong Estates a tremendous success. Having realized the demand, after selling out this community, built directly adjacent to Chabad’s campus,  Wyndsong Isle Estates was launched. This almost identical community of 44 additional homes is located about ½ mile north of the Chabad campus.

This second family community was sold out in record time. By 2006 all 99 homes were occupied. Hundreds of traditional Jews, these families, were excited to be part of this pioneering Jewish community building endeavor.

Throughout the years and up until present, as families see their live's plans change, re-sales of these custom designed estate homes become available.

Due to this and other surrounding communities influx of observant families, Chabad pioneered yet another ambitious endeavor. A large scale construction project was launched under strict, expert rabbinical supervision and a 50 square mile, city-wide eruv, was meticulously built. This eruv is carefully monitored and checked weekly by a small army of trained volunteers. Each spends a minimum of 1 hour each Friday, to ensure that their section of the eruv is fully intact.

Remarkably, through this massive Eruv the Shabbat observance of upwards of 75,000 Jews who live within its boundaries has been significantly upgraded and enhanced.  

Below is further detail on each of the residential communities within walking distance to Chabad's Campus.

The Region 

Boynton is a 15 minute drive to Palm Beach International Airport, 45 minute drive to Ft. Lauderdale International airport. Bethesda Memorial hospital has developed a multi-hundred million dollar expansion program of its facilities, to keep up with Boynton’s booming growth.

Boynton’s major grocery chains and wholesale clubs carry an impressive line of Kosher products and pre-packaged poultry and meats. A glatt kosher, full-service market is a 10 minute drive away. A dozen Glatt kosher and Cholov Yisroel restaurants are within a 30 minute drive of our community.

6 Orthodox Day Schools/High Schools are within a 45 minute drive of Boynton. Grades Pre K- 12 children have a host of options for their Jewish education. In Boynton, Chabad’s Beit Blumi JECC Pre-school, awarded the state and county’s highest scoring available for a consecutive 5 years, has its Reggio Emillio classrooms filled to capacity, for children ages 2-5. 

For more information please call the Shul office at 561-732-4633

 

 

 

 

 
   

 

 
Wyndsong Estates  

Wyndsong Estates

55 Single family homes built between 2002 and 2004 by Paramount Residential with guidance and input from the Chabad of Boynton. Many 4, 5 and 6 bedroom homes range price from the $500's to the $600's. Wyndsong Estates is located directly adjacent to the Chabad campus. Homes here are currently selling in the $500's and $600's. Quarterly HOA fees are currently about $600. Several investors purchased homes here with the correct assumption that the community's proximity to the synagogue would help increase its value.

 

 

 
Wyndsong Isle Estates  

Wyndsong Isle Estates

Wyndsong Isle Estates is "Phase 2" project by Paramount Builders. Located about ½ mile north of the original Wyndsong on El Clair Ranch Road, this community is also within walking distance of the Synagogue. This community was sold out almost as soon as the pre construction sales where released to the public. There are some resale opportunities available as soon as these homes are released.

 

 
Majestic Isles  

Majestic Isles

Gated community of 3 bedroom 2 bath homes built in the mid 1990's. Majestic Isles features a freshly renovated clubhouse which has tennis courts, swimming area, fitness centers, card and billiard rooms and an extremely active social scene. Majestic Isles has an entrance on El Clair Ranch Road directly across from the Chabad Synagogue. Homes in Majestic Isles are currently selling in the $300's to mid $400’s. HOA fees in Majestic Isles are currently approximately $900, payable each Quarter. The location of this community and the relatively reasonable prices of the homes give buyers good value and excellent quality of life for their real estate purchase.

 

 
The Club at Indian Lakes  

The Club at Indian Lakes

The Club is comprised of mostly 3 bedrooms 2 baths and 3 bedrooms 3 baths single family homes that range in price from the mid $400's to the low $500's. The Club at Indian Lakes was built in the late 1990's and early 2000. HOA fees for The Club at Indian Lakes are about $840 paid quarterly. The Club at Indian Lakes is located on El Clair Ranch road and is within walking distance of the Chabad of Boynton Beach.

 

 
Coronado Estates Real Estate  

Coronado Estates

Coronado Estates is one of the newer and more luxurious estate home communities in Boynton Beach. Building began in Coronado Estates in 2001 and construction is still ongoing. Coronado Estates boasts 4, 5 and 6 bedroom estate homes ranging in size from 3,000 square feet to over 5,000 square feet. HOA fees for Coronado Estate are $260 per month.

 

 
Madison Lakes Real Estate  

Madison Lakes

Gated community of 3 and 4 bedroom homes built in the late 1990's. Madison Lakes is located on the corner of Woolbright road and Jog road around the corner from the Chabad of Boynton Beach. Homes are currently selling in the high $300's. HOA fees are approximately $135 per month.

 

 
Indian Spring  

Indian Spring

Spring is a wonderful golf and country club community located on the south side of Woolbright road, between El Clair Ranch road and Jog road. Indian Springs was built in the mid 1990's and consists of 3 and 4 bedroom homes. Homes in Indian Springs are currently selling from the mid $300's to over $600k. Membership in the country club is not mandatory. HOA fees are about $146 per month.

 

 
Royal Lakes  

Royal Lakes

Royal Lakes is a lovely gated community of mostly 3 bedroom homes built in the late 1990's. Although Royal Lakes is an age restricted community, up to 20% of homeowners are allowed to be under the age of 55 at any given time. Located directly across the street from the Chabad of Boynton Beach, homes in Royal Lakes are currently selling in the high $300's to mid $400's. HOA fees are approximately $200 per month.

 

 
Indian Wells  

Indian Wells

Indian Wells is located on Jog road between Woolbright Road and Boynton Beach Blvd and is comprised of 3 and 4 bedroom single family homes that where build in the late 1980's. There is a mix of ranch style as well as two story homes. An increasing number of families with children have recently purchased homes in the $275k - $375k range.  
 
Sun Valley  

Sun Valley

Sun Valley offers 3 and 4 bedroom homes that range in price from the mid $300's to the high $400's. Built in the late 1980's, Sun Valley homes range in size from around 1,700SF to 2,500SF. Young families are prominent in these homes. 

 

 
Grove Isle  

Grove Isle

Located on Jog Road, about 1 mile from the Chabad of Boynton Beach, Grove Isle has 3 bedroom homes built in the late 1980's that sell in the $400's. HOA fees are about $268 per month.

 

 
Sandhurst  

Sandhurst

Sandhurst is a community of 3 bedroom homes that are currently reselling in the mid to high $400's. The community was built in 2000 and 2001. HOA fees are $185 per month.

 

 
Palm Chase Lakes  

Palm Chase Lakes

Palm Chase Lakes is a delightful enclave of 350 homes featuring semi-attached villas with garages as well as condo apartments.
 

* Source: 2005 Demographic surveys conducted by the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County and the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County. Studies were performed by Dr. Ira M. Sheskin, Director of the Jewish Demography Project at the Sue and Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies at the University of Miami. Sheskin, a professor of geography, is the nation’s leading expert on Jewish demography, having conducted 38 major studies of Jewish communities throughout the country.