Dakota at Abacoa is a 190 unit Class A multifamily rental housing community that is located in the Abacoa master planned community in the Town of Jupiter in northern Palm Beach County. Abacoa is the home of the Scripps Florida Research Institute and Max Planck Institute, centerpieces of an emerging biotechnology hub and new company incubator in northern Palm Beach County. It is also the location for a campus of Florida Atlantic University, South Florida’s largest university north of Miami, and Roger Dean Stadium and training complex, spring training home of the St. Louis Cardinals and Florida Marlins, as well as two Florida League Class A minor league franchises. Dakota at Abacoa is located 500 feet west of the intersection of Dakota Drive and Central Boulevard, on both the north and south sides of Dakota Drive.

Dakota at Abacoa features Bermuda-style architecture and consists of two phases. The unit mix consists 1BR/1B garden units, 2BR/2B garden units, 2BR/2.5B townhouse units, and 3BR/2B units and offers a distinctive new product type not currently available in northern Palm Beach County. Unit sizes range in size from about 800 square feet for a 1BR unit to over 1,200 square feet for certain types of 2 BR townhouse and 3 BR units. Interior finishes include 9 foot ceilings, granite countertops, wood cabinets and stainless steel appliances. There is also a community center with a business office, and an elegant community pool and deck area.