WGI is assisting the national homebuilder to bring up to 205 single-family homes to a 36.5-acre site in Palm Beach County.
Project Spotlight: Boca Flores
WGI provided planning, landscape architecture, traffic engineering, and representation services for Pulte Group at the Boca Lago Country Club to convert a portion of an inactive golf course to residential use.
Our team processed a Development Order Amendment to reconfigure the master plan that added 130 multi-family units to the Boca Flores development. Under this application, a 36-hole golf course was reduced to a 27-hole executive course and a portion of the former golf course was converted to residential use.
Boca Flores is a 55+ active adult community featuring walking trails, a clubhouse, pool, and access to Boca Lago County Club golf and tennis amenities.
The design also features a 2.32-acre conservation area, one of over twenty preservation areas that were maintained throughout the larger community. In addition, 24 acres of the former golf course were set aside to create a passive park adjacent to Boca Flores.
Designed by WGI for the enjoyment of all club residents, this park retrofits two holes of the abandoned golf course into a community amenity with trails, native vegetation, and sitting areas.
The golf club is committed to environmentally friendly maintenance practices and has been a member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program since 1993.
The project is currently under construction and is about 50% complete.
Contact the WGI Team today and let’s start planning your next residential project together!
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