Edgewater At Boca Pointe Reveals $4.25 Million Renovation


Staff report

Edgewater at Boca Pointe, a retirement community, has a new look after a $4.25 million facelift.

The community has an enhanced lobby, new entrance and more dining venues including a lounge and upscale bistro.

About 200 residents and staff, Palm Beach County Commissioner Robert Weinroth and members of the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce attended the ribbon cutting event.

The multimillion-dollar enhancements modernize Boca Pointe’s only continuing care retirement community to attract a new generation of seniors: independent, active baby boomers interested in modern, customizable floor plans, resort-like amenities, fitness programs and social events, with the added benefit of having access to assisted living and skilled nursing care at no additional cost later in life.

Edgewater at Boca Pointe, an Acts Retirement-Life Community, opened in 1983.

Last year, upgrades included a large multi-purpose performing arts center, renovated hair salon and a resident-run specialty shop.

The community is located on a 30-acre campus.