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The Club at Four Seasons at Parkland Holds Ribbon Cutting

D&B Interiors, The Club Designers; Mayor Christine Hunchofsky; Tom Piscitelli, K Hovnanian® Homes SEFL Division President; Commissioner Grace Salomon; Craft Construction, General Contractor

PARKLAND, FL - The Club at Four Seasons At Parkland held its ribbon cutting on Friday.  The Club is the clubhouse at the new 55+ active lifestyle community located off of Loxahatchee Road in Parkland.

The Club features a grand ballroom with raised stage, fitness and movement studios, catering kitchen and café, outdoor lounge with bar area, billiard and poker room, relaxing therapy room, arts and crafts room, and a full-time lifestyle and amenity director.  In addition the clubhouse includes multiple card rooms and men's and women's locker rooms with showers.  Outdoor amenities include a tropical beach-entry pool, heated spa, lap pool, championship tennis center including an on-site tennis pro, bocce ball courts, pickle ball courts, basketball court and putting green.

Homes at the Four Seasons at Parkland, a K. Hovnanian development, start in the $400,000's.

Mayor Christine Hunschofsky said, "It was a pleasure to participate in the opening of the clubhouse at the Four Seasons community. This beautiful clubhouse will truly be the center and heart of this vibrant community. We all benefit from having one of the premier active adult communities in South Florida here in the City of Parkland."

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