The Palace at Weston

16102 Emerald Estates Drive, Weston, Florida  33331



Elegant, Resort-Style, 55+ Condominium Community Appeals to Retirees Seeking Luxury and Maintenance-Free Lifestyle

Located in the affluent town of Weston (population 50,000), a western suburb of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, The Palace at Weston is a new, luxury resort-style, active adult retirement community offering condominiums and "villas" for sale.  Nestled within 24 acres, this gorgeous high-end development has a Mediterranean flavor and is maintenance-free with four four-story condominium buildings (350 total units) and 32 two-story villas arranged around a sparkling private lake.   



Original residential units have sold out, but resales are available.   Standard features include hurricane-resistant glass windows, porcelain tile floors, carpet in the bedroom areas, European cabinetry in the kitchens and baths, granite countertops, a whirlpool tub in the master bath and stone finished floors on the terraces.  There are also some units for lease.

Public interior spaces have the feel of an elegant, upscale hotel, and outdoor public spaces are beautifully landscaped with lush grassy expanses, gardens, palm trees and walking paths.   Each condominium building has front desk and concierge services, 24-hour manned security and valet parking.   


The large clubhouse sits on an island in the middle of the lake, accessible by a 70 foot walking bridge.   Here residents find a lovely restaurant with poolside dining, private dining rooms, a game room, a library with internet access, a conference room, a beauty salon, a state-of-the-art fitness room and an on-site medical clinic.  Outside is a 22,000 square foot deck perfect for lounging and sipping gin and tonics.  

The architectural team that designed the Palace at Weston also designed the Ritz-Carlton in South Beach, as well as other hotel properties, and is known for its quality high-end projects.   See

Fort Lauderdale, with a population of roughly 190,000 people, is a major tourist destination as well as a popular yachting center and has 165 miles of canals and waterways within city limits, giving it the nickname "Venice of America."   

Summer temperatures in the area reach into the 80s and 90s (cooling into the 60s and 70s at night), and winters see temperatures in the 60s and 70s.  Rains average 5 to 10 inches per month (the five month summer period brings the majority of the rain), and average relative humidity ranges between 70% and 85%.   



It should be pointed out, too, that the city has been in the path of hurricanes and was struck by  Katrina and Wilma, both in 2005.

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