The independent authority on where to retire, bestretirementdestinations.com, has named the best retirement communities in Florida for March 2010. The Oaks at Boca Raton has been ranked as one of Florida’s best retirement communities.
Online PR News – 30-March-2010 – – Plymouth, IN – The March 2010 rankings of Florida’s best retirement communities have been released by bestretirementdestinations.com, the independent authority on where to retire. The Oaks at Boca Raton was the retirement community that came out on top based on a rigorous evaluation of the communities in the state of Florida.
An experienced research team evaluated each community based upon a specially developed criteria designed to find the best destinations around the world. The criteria focus on residential options, visual appeal, recreational activities, social networking, and safety/security. The team also contacts at least three residents of every community in order to obtain their evaluation of the destinations. After the analysis is complete a ranking of the best is released.
The best senior living community in Florida was established in 2009 through the imagination of two of South Florida’s premier builder and developer firms. The 282-acre resort-style estate home community is located in beautiful Boca Raton, Florida. The community is filled with lush “Old Florida” style landscaping and offers world-class amenities including an elegant clubhouse, spa and fitness center, a tropical pool with cabanas, and much more.
bestretirementdestinations.com, the independent authority on where to retire, began in 2008 with the mission in mind of helping retirees and those close to retirement find the best destinations around the world. With this goal in mind, they established criteria based upon the lifestyle, location, and price range. Every community is evaluated based on these criteria in order to ensure that retirees are finding the best retirement communities around the world.
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