Palace Group communities seek innovative ways to engage their residents and encourage socialization. At the company’s Palace at Weston community, Memory Care Social Director Justin Valdes formed the first-ever baseball team, inviting Billy the Marlin and Miami Marlin Mermaids to their official debut!
The Palace at Weston, an assisted living facility in Weston, Florida, brought more than 700 meals and nonperishable items to the Downtown Fort Myers area today.
The Palace worked with the Broward County Sheriff ’s Office and Pembroke Pines Police Department to make this all possible.
Residents from The Palace at Weston assisted living community joined with the Primrose School of Miramar for “Adopt a Grandparent Day” and then with Harmony Dance Academy in honor of “National Grandparents’ Day.”
Congrats to the Class of 2022! The Palace at Weston’s Memory Care residents were among this year’s graduating class, having completed our “Magical Community University.”
Jerry Mazursky reads to pre-kindergarten students at the Prim- rose School of Miramar. Residents from The Palace at Weston assisted living community visited the school for Adopt-a-Grandparent day. “The Adopt-a-Grandparent Day (officially Sept.10) was started in 2014 to recognize and honor the lives of the elderly in our society.
My name is Rebecca. I’m 81 years and recently lost my partner of 55 years. After a lot of self-debate, I decided it’s time to move on and look for a new place to call home. Let me start by saying: Your Palace looks beautiful!
However, as you surely know beauty isn’t everything.
With all the pomp and circumstance of a traditional graduation, residents at The Palace Group’s newest community, The Palace at Weston, walked the red carpet to accept their certificate of completion from “Magical Community University.”
The Palace Group’s independent and as- sisted living communities in Kendall, Coral Gables, Homestead and Weston have earned the highest possible rating from U.S. News & World Report in this year’s inaugural Best Sen- ior Living ratings.
The Palace at Weston hosted a couple of rather unusual guests last month. On Friday, April 8th, “King David” and “Harvey” stopped by the senior living community to pay a special visit to 84 year-old Matteo Pecoraro, a former horse trainer and lifelong lover of horses, who resides at The Palace at Weston Memory Care community.
The Palace at Weston Memory Care was featured on NBC6 showcasing the heartfelt reunion between a resident
and the horses he trained.
The Palace at Weston is proud to be a “Gold” Award winner! Our multi-sensory room in the memory care neighborhood earned top honors during the “Best of 55+ Housing Awards” at the National Association of Home Builders’ International Builders’ Show in Orlando.
Memory fades, but Love is still alive for a longtime married South Florida couple. This is a story of how love stayed alive between a couple who’s been married for more than 50 years. Bob is a Palace Gardens resident. This story was aired on NBC6 on February 14, 2022.Watch Here
Residents at The Palace at Weston, 16025 Emerald Estates Drive, have been using art to help children in
The Senior Living Community has recently partnered with the charitable group, Dec My Room, to assist in personalizing hospital rooms for children who are admitted for an extended period of time. From paintings to blankets, the residents have been putting together crafts, hoping to uplift a child in a hospital.
Being a Senior these days is tough enough. And moving from your home to Senior Living isn’t easy. On top of that, there’s this pandemic; crazy politics; the economy; the list goes on... Here’s the antidote! The brand new, luxurious, stress-free, peace-of- mind living that Seniors only get at America’s top-rated community. And now it’s in Weston. We’re already over 50% reserved and our first residents are moving in now. Time is running out if you want to take advantage of special pricing, premium selection, and other perks. Take a deep breath and smile. It’s about to get better!
The Palace at Coral Gables vaccinations featured on Telemundo Channel 51
The Palace at Weston team proudly served a delicious pre-holiday lunch to 65 brave men and women at
Broward County Sheriffs Office in Weston.
The Palace’s talented culinary team prepared a traditional Thanksgiving meal with all the fixings. The menu consisted of roast turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, corn, dinner rolls, cranberry sauce and a variety of desserts. A special thanks to Mojo Donuts for donating 100 delectable donuts for the cause.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Life at The Palace Coral Gables was designed to be grand, for active senior citizens. Pamela Parker is the Social Director. She describes the pre-coronavirus atmosphere as jovial. “We are used to having big parties every month, we are used to having morning to night activities, dinners with our friends. In an instant that all changed.” In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, group activities and cherished time with family needed to be altered.
Chefs at The Palace, a senior living community, grilled up a Middle Eastern feast and delivered 50 box lunches with shish kabobs, Israeli chopped salad, homemade hummus and a basmati rice and grilled vegetable dish called maqluba, which means “upside down,” to the Broward Sheriff’s Office and Fire Department in Weston
Elizabeth Martinez and Stefanie Fisher, members of The Palace’s sales team, had no idea their fate as best friends had been sealed over 90 years ago on the island nation of Cuba, some 300-plus miles away from where they eventually would meet in Miami.
Residents at The Palace at Weston are treated like royalty. The five-star senior living community features spacious, designer-appointed apartments and luxury resort style amenities along with gourmet dining experiences and entertainment options that rival any cruise ship.
The Palace Group, developer and operator of award-winning senior living communities in South Florida, recently received a 2019 Gallup Great Workplace Award, one of only 40 international companies to earn the recognition. This is the second year the company has received the award.
Construction of the Brand New Palace at Weston Senior Living has reached the Rooftop.
Owners Helen & Jacob Shaham celebrated with General Contractor Coastal Construction & 500 workers in the traditional “ Topping Off ” party (which traditionally includes placing a local tree on the roof ), with a DJ, lunch to all and a raffle of more than 100 prizes from 100” screen TVs, iPods, grills, construction tools
& gift certificates.
The customer always comes first, right? That depends on who you believe your customer is. There are
internal customers and external customers, but at the end of the day, who’s your top priority?
For Haim Dubitzky, MSM, principal and VP of performance excellence for The Palace Group, a South Florida privately owned operator of senior living communities, the top customer is the employees.
The Palace Group’s founders, Helen and Jacob Shaham, marked the occasion in grand fashion. City of Weston Mayor Daniel J. Stermer and Commissioners were on hand to make it “official” and
donned hard hats for the ceremonial ground breaking.
The company behind the Palace at Coral
Gables high-end senior living facility is
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The Palace Group, South Florida’s largest privately owned operator
of senior living communities, has received the highest honor from Gallup and has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Gallup Great Workplace Award.