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Nearly 20 years ago, Grossberg and his wife, Florence, a retired nurse, moved into Kings Point, a sprawling retirement community west of Delray Beach. “When we first came down here, there were only three shuls in our area — one Reform, one Conservative and one Orthodox.Now there are many more, plus Chabad,” said Grossberg, who calls himself a cultural rather than an observant Jew. Every piece of vacant land is being built on.” Grossberg, 84, estimates that at least 95 percent of Kings Point’s 14,000 residents are Jewish.These include Reform, Conservative and Orthodox shuls as well as a dozen or so Chabad congregations.
A case in point is Jules Grossberg, a retired insurance broker from the Bronx.
In fact, there are no non-Jews in the 48 units of the building where the Grossbergs live.
The same is largely true of Century Village, a retirement community founded by developer H. There are now three Century Villages in Palm Beach County — in West Palm Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Raton — as well as the newest Century Village in Broward County’s Pembroke Pines.
Paul, Minn., who isn’t religious but attends High Holiday services each year at the Boca Raton Synagogue with his 15-year-old daughter Ashley.
As the area’s Jewish population keeps growing, local Jewish institutions will need to expand their donor bases dramatically, warns Rabbi Alan Sherman, executive director of the Palm Beach County Board of Rabbis.