John Knox Village CCRC Set to Open $34M, 144-Unit Expansion in Florida

by Jeff Shaw

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. — John Knox Village, a 70-acre continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Pompano Beach approximately 40 miles north of Miami, will open the doors this week on The Woodlands, a 144-unit expansion of the community.

Development costs for The Woodlands are estimated at $34 million. In addition to the new residential units, the project adds a bistro, rehabilitation services, a salon/spa, a wellness center, and a “life enrichment center” for social gatherings.

The CCRC’s board of directors approved the seven-story facility in 2013 and construction began in 2014.

RDG Planning & Design, led by architects John Birge, Scott Pfeifer and Kevin Ruff, designed the expansion. The Weitz Company served as the construction manager, and William Gallo of Gallo Herbert Architects served as the owner’s authorization representative.

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