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Hundreds of families in Riviera Beach are getting a special surprise for Easter weekend.

A truck pulled up to New Macedonia Baptist Church on Saturday and delivered 500 colorful Easter baskets filled with toys and chocolate candy.

Jupiter realtor Rob Thomson wanted to share one of his fondest childhood memories with families who may be struggling this year. That’s what motivated him to donate the Easter baskets.

“So many kids go without Christmas, Easter. My kids are blessed and they don’t go without and you just want to help other people’s kids who may not be receiving it,” said Thomson.

The rest of the baskets will be delivered on Sunday.

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Joan Thomson of Waterfront Properties takes home the gold

In the midst of the most active real estate market in Florida’s history, The Jupiter-Tequesta-Hobe Sound Council of the Miami Association of Realtors has presented one of its highest honors, The 2020 Broker of the Year Award, to Joan Thomson of Waterfront Properties and Club Communities. In accepting the honor Joan said, “This is really a reflection of the incredible team at Waterfront Properties.  From realtors who provide white glove service to a marketing department that leaves no digital stone unturned to customers who refer us and return to list and purchase again and again it’s an honor shared by everyone.”  The Miami Association of Realtors is the largest professional real estate…

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The local foundation with an eye on Jupiter’s youth

By Melissa Puppo
Courtesy of Jupiter Magazine

Philanthropy abounds in Palm Beach County—just ask the team behind the Waterfront Way Foundation. Launched in 2018 by Rob Thomson, managing partner of Waterfront Properties & Club Communities, the foundation has focused mainly on serving those “who don’t necessarily fit in someone else’s box,” says Thomson.

Such was the case when Waterfront Way gifted Jupiter High School students a shiny new school bus as a holiday gift following a match-by-match donation where a total of $107,000 was raised for the new bus. The old bus had no air conditioning nor wheelchair access, making travel difficult for those in the Exceptional Student Education Program,…

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This week, COVID-19 healthcare heroes received a special gift that will hopefully bring some love and happiness into their lives. Jupiter Realtor Rob Thomson donated $15,000 to pay the adoption fees at Big Dog Ranch Rescue for those dealing with the pandemic on the front lines. 

“The emotional toll of dealing with families and patients in our community who have been affected by Covid-19 is tremendous,” Thomson said. “I hope our frontline workers will consider adopting a new friend so they may enjoy a warm and loving companion. Thank you so much for your incredible dedication to healing our family and friends.” 

Those fighting to save lives during the Covid-19 pandemic have been under an incredible amount of stress, and Rob Thomson is making sure…

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By Jordan Pandy
Courtesy of TheRealDeal

A managing director at BlackRock paid $7.3 million for a waterfront property in Jupiter‘s Admirals Cove neighborhood.

Records show 197 Spyglass LLC, a Delaware corporation that lists the New Jersey address of Rick Rieder, bought the home at 197 Spyglass Court from Justin and Robin Thorn Daniels. The sellers flipped the house in three months for a 12 percent profit.

Rieder joined New York-based BlackRock, an investment management company that has managed $8.7 trillion in assets, in 2009.

The Daniels couple, who own and operate the Jupiter-based real estate and investment holding company, Daniels Holdings, bought the home for $6.5 million in November. They listed the property this month for $7.8…

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Place of Hope’s annual Sporting Clays Fun Shoot is a unique event in which people of various ages and professions are united by a common interest to support the mission of Place of Hope. This event is unlike any other major event that Place of Hope organizes, and Waterfront Properties is a proud sponsor!

In its ninth year, this event at South Florida Shooting Club is not to be missed! Shooters, sponsors, and attendees enjoy one of three courses, raffles, exciting games, a wonderful breakfast, and a huge BBQ lunch.

Place of Hope helps hundreds of children across Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, abandonment, and human trafficking. These children desperately need hope,…

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Say hello to the newest member of the Waterfront family, “Topsy”! As a very thoughtful holiday thank you gift, our gracious friends from A1 Moving & Storage have adopted her in our name! Topsy is a green sea turtle receiving care at our beloved Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach after being rescued by the Coast Guard. She came in with unintentional boat strike injuries to the carapace which caused a systemic infection, hypoglycemia, and inability to dive and stay underwater. Her white blood cell count has increased and has been monitored closely since arrival, and she has gone through various surgeries and procedures to repair her carapace using implants.

Thanks to Loggerhead Marinelife Center, she is in excellent health, but still needs to…

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by Chase Scott – InFlorida.com

Special needs students at Jupiter Community High School put out a call for help last September. The kids are part of the “exceptional student education program” which brings them to area businesses to learn about jobs and careers and also provides training. An aging bus with no access for wheelchair bound students, no air conditioning and a multitude of other issues made the trips nearly impossible. 

Jupiter Realtor Rob Thomson of Waterfront Properties was touched by the story and immediately offered to match all donations. He also took on the role of chief fundraiser to help the students saying, “The most needy kids have the worst transportation.” Several months later Robs’ outreach to the community succeeded.…

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by RUMZZ BAJWA
Courtesy of journal

Establishing a successful career in real estate is never easy. Even the real estate mogul Rob Thomson of Jupiter would attest to that fact. In fact, many new real estate agents quit their job within two years of being in the industry. Some of them don’t realize that it’s entirely possible to take your real estate career to the next level. With patience, perseverance, and hard work, aspiring real estate agents will eventually get to where they want to be. 

According to Thomson, he wouldn’t have been as successful as he is today without the mentorship of his mother, Joan Thomson, an established and successful real estate agent whom Rob still goes to for advice today. With the insights he gained from Joan, he…

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Waterfront Way Foundation presented a check in the sum of $20,000 to Place of Hope this Tuesday from Waterfront Way Foundation’s “Cruise For Kids” event in May of this year. This amount was then doubled by Place of Hope’s Emergency Response Matching Fund to bring contributions to $40,000 in support of the non-profit organization.

Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, Place of Hope was forced to cancel more than five fundraising events in 2020 to adhere to social distancing regulations, including the “Fish For Hope KDW Tournament”, the “17th Annual Golf Invitational and Charity Dinner”, their “Paradise Found Dinner” at Adams Ranch, and their “Summertime Parties With A Purpose” event. Fundraising events are vital to Place of Hope’s budget…

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