Jupiter entrepreneur and businessman Rob Thomson reveals what’s in store for those visiting Jupiter’s Harbourside Place this weekend.
A lifelong Jupiter resident and leading luxury real estate company owner, entrepreneur and businessman Rob Thomson reveals what each Sunday holds for residents of Jupiter and visitors to the town courtesy of beautiful Harbourside Place at the northwest intersection of Highway 1 and Indiantown Road in Jupiter, Florida.
“Harbourside Place is Jupiter’s premier downtown destination for dining, shopping, entertainment, boating, and more,” reveals Jupiter native Rob Thomson.
According to Rob, Harbourside Place boasts eight amazing restaurants, more than 15 retail outlets, hair and beauty salons, and two days of live music every week. “Visitors come to Jupiter’s Harbourside Place from miles around to dine, relax, shop, and revel in live entertainment at the center’s incredible waterfront amphitheater,” adds the local entrepreneur and businessman.
It is, perhaps, however, Sundays at Harbourside Place which Rob Thomson and his family enjoy the most. “Harbourside Place boasts countless different events, year-round, from silent discos to classic car shows,” he explains, “but Sundays are reserved for two regular, weekly events.”
The events to which Thomson refers are Sunday Yoga on the Waterfront and Harbourside Place’s Waterfront Market. “Everyone is welcome to attend and participate in Sunday Yoga on the Waterfront, Harbourside Place’s outdoor yoga class,” he reveals. The class is led by Breathe Salt & Yoga each Sunday at the center’s waterfront amphitheater at 10 AM. “The class,” Thomson adds, “is open to everyone, regardless of their level of yoga experience.”
Also kicking off at 10 AM and taking place until 4 PM is Harbourside Place’s Waterfront Market. “What better way to follow up a yoga session than with a visit to Harbourside Place’s Sunday market, held right on the waterfront?” says Thomson.
Visitors are invited to stroll along Harbourside Place’s so-called ‘riverwalk’ where they’ll find fresh produce, local artwork, homemade crafts, baked goods, specialty foods, jewelry, and more. “All are welcome to attend, and the market is free with vendor purchases,” explains Rob Thomson of Jupiter.
“What’s more,” he adds, wrapping up, “pets are also welcomed on leashes, meaning that the whole family may enjoy the Waterfront Market and Sunday Yoga on the Waterfront experience each weekend at Harbourside Place, Jupiter.”
Rob Thomson is a luxury real estate professional and entrepreneur based in Jupiter, Florida. Thomson is a managing partner and owner of Waterfront Properties and Club Communities. The proud family man and father of six is also one of the names behind Waterfront Yacht Brokerage, giving Waterfront Properties and Club Communities’ clients the option to buy and sell luxury watercraft alongside homes and other properties, and is co-owner of the Jupiter-based restaurant Shipwreck Bar and Grille.
To view Harbourside Place’s complete calendar of events, including Sunday Yoga on the Waterfront and their weekly Waterfront Market, head to https://harboursideplace.com/events/.
Local entrepreneur Rob Thomson, from Jupiter, Florida, shares the joys of Jupiter’s Riverbend Park.
From picnic areas to waterways for paddle-craft, Jupiter’s huge 650-plus-acre Riverbend Park is a firm favorite with locals such as Rob Thomson and his family. A renowned businessman born and raised in Jupiter, Thomson has remained in the popular southeastern Florida coastal town ever since, and is the name behind the highly successful luxury real estate firm, Waterfront Properties, based on Parkway Street, Jupiter. Here, the entrepreneur and proud family man reveals more about his love of Riverbend Park.
“A little over 665 acres, Riverbend Park has recently undergone a number of improvements, including the addition of an observation area, a new parking lot, an outdoor picnic pavilion, numerous new kayak launching stations, and plenty more besides,” reveals Thomson. This, he says, has served to turn Riverbend into a better park than ever before.
Riverbend Park in Jupiter, Florida, is operated by the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department. Located on Indiantown Road, the park has become increasingly popular with locals in recent years. “With over five miles of waterways, the park has several rivers running through it, including the Loxahatchee River,” explains Thomson, “and is home to a variety of wildlife ranging from wild turkey to deer, which my family and I all love.”
Riverbend is also home to the Loxahatchee Battlefield, Second Seminole Indian War site, and a portion of the Ocean to Lake Trail, according to Jupiter native Rob Thomson. “Furthermore, the park also connects the Northeast Everglades Natural Area, the Bluegill Trail, and the Northeast Everglades Trail system,” adds the local entrepreneur.
Riverbend Park in Jupiter recently made The Sun-Sentinel’s ‘Seven Best County Parks in South Florida’ list. Owned by Tribune Publishing, The Sun-Sentinel is the leading daily newspaper in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as well as surrounding southern Palm Beach and Broward counties.
Nature reserve, picnic ground, and wildlife sanctuary Riverbend Park’s mission is, according to the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department, to create opportunities for healthy, happy living. “Take a step back in time,” they say, “and enjoy walking, bicycling, horseback riding, or canoeing through beautiful and historic Riverbend Park, Jupiter.”
Jupiter’s Riverbend Park boasts multi-use trails for walking, biking and horseback riding, open spaces, waterways for paddle-craft, freshwater fishing, wildlife viewing, picnic areas, living history events and programs, park naturalist-guided walks, and more.
“The park is open from sunrise to sunset every day of the year,” adds Jupiter native Rob Thomson, wrapping up, “and is located at 9060 Indiantown Road in Jupiter.”
Jupiter native and highly successful real estate industry entrepreneur Rob Thomson shares his favorite ice cream shops in his hometown of Jupiter, Florida.
A leading local businessman, luxury real estate entrepreneur and property mogul Rob Thomson shares four of his favorite places for ice cream in and around the popular Florida town of Jupiter.
“Jupiter boasts an abundance of delicious and often unique ice cream shops and parlors,” explains Thomson, a Jupiter native who remains based in the popular southeastern Florida town, famed for its beautiful beaches.
From local ice cream shops’ brightly colored walls and their rows of sweets and cookies to the smell of fresh waffle cones, Jupiter—family man Thomson says—is the perfect place for ice cream. “Often with delicious milkshakes also on offer, plus various confectionery and other tasty treats, you simply cannot beat the smell of an ice cream shop, and particularly the aroma of fresh waffle cones,” he adds.
Rob Thomson first points toward Palm Beach Ice Cream. With locations in Jupiter and Tequesta alike, Palm Beach Ice Cream is, he says, a local favorite. “The homemade ice cream business has been in operation for over three decades and creates all manner of unique and special flavors for customers to enjoy,” explains Thomson.
In addition to delicious ice cream, Palm Beach Ice Cream also offers sorbets, yogurts, and sherbets, according to the Jupiter luxury real estate entrepreneur. “No added sugar and seasonal ice cream flavors—such as pumpkin spice—are regularly on offer, too,” he further points out.
Thomson’s second pick of his favorite places for ice cream in Jupiter is Coral Cones Jupiter. “Coral Cones in Jupiter offers premium ice cream crafted from the very finest dairy produce available,” reveals the local entrepreneur and businessman. “Coral Cones Jupiter’s menu,” he continues, “includes sundaes, homemade waffles cones, milkshakes, cold brew coffees, and more.”
Popular ice cream flavors at Coral Cones Jupiter, Rob says, include black cherry, rainbow sherbet, double fudge brownie, and chocolate chip cookie dough.
Next, Thomson moves on to Kilwin’s Chocolates and Ice Cream. “As well as a huge range of delicious flavors of ice cream, Kilwin’s Chocolates and Ice Cream in Jupiter also offers luxury chocolates, homemade sweets and fudge, chocolate-dipped confections, and much more,” reveals Jupiter native Rob.
Finally, he touches briefly on 3 Scoops Ice Cream. “Located near Dubois Park, 3 Scoops Ice Cream in Jupiter offers more than 15 premium flavors,” adds Thomson, wrapping up, “each of which is delicious, plus snow cones, milkshakes, soda floats, and more besides.”
Leading South Florida luxury real estate specialist Rob Thomson counts down to the town of Jupiter’s annual Jupiter Golden Jubilee, set to take place this Saturday
A lifelong resident of Jupiter and now one of South Florida’s leading luxury real estate specialists following more than 30 years in the industry, Rob Thomson is this weekend headed to Harbourside Place in Jupiter, Florida, for the 3rd Annual Jupiter Golden Jubilee. Looking forward to the imminent event, Jupiter native Thomson offers a closer look at what’s in store.
“Let’s all head to the beach and Harbourside Place in Jupiter this Saturday for the 3rd Annual Jupiter Golden Jubilee,” suggests Thomson. Bring the whole family, he says, for a day of fun in the sun. “Bring the whole family,” Thomson continues, “for a day of fun in the sun, and, of course, our favorites — golden retrievers.”
The Jupiter Golden Jubilee celebrates golden retrievers, which are, Thomson reveals, among the nation’s very favorite dog breeds. “As well as celebrating the breed, the Jupiter Golden Jubilee also helps to bring awareness to the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study,” he explains.
The study is one of the largest and most comprehensive prospective canine health studies in the United States. The study, Jupiter native Rob Thomson reveals, is designed and intended to identify the environmental needs, nutritional needs, lifestyle requirements, and genetic risks of the beloved dog breed. “It’s important,” he says, “as golden retrievers are known to suffer from several genetic disorders and other health complaints, including cancer, hip dysplasia, and obesity.”
“The Jupiter Golden Jubilee event starts at the beach in Jupiter in the morning,” Thomson explains, “and then will head to Harbourside Place for a party, as well as a benefit raffle at Pucci and Catana in Breakwater Court.”
According to the South Florida real estate mogul and Jupiter native, there will also be a special wine tasting event, courtesy of Florida Orange Groves Winery, plus light refreshments and a parade of owners and their golden retrievers taking place later in the afternoon.
“The event starts at 10 AM on Saturday, November 2,” adds Rob, wrapping up, “before concluding later in the day following the 4:30 PM Pucci and Catana event and benefit raffle, which will happen back at Harbourside Place.”
To find out more about the day-long celebration of golden retrievers and to join Jupiter luxury real estate specialist Rob Thomson at the Jupiter Golden Jubilee, visit https://www.jupitergoldenjubilee.com/.
Renowned South Florida luxury real estate mogul Rob Thomson set to host upcoming open house at incredible near $14 million home on Pennock Point Road, Jupiter.
With almost 600 feet of water frontage and incredible, panoramic views of the Loxahatchee River, Jupiter real estate mogul Rob Thomson’s listing on Pennock Point Road has, he says, reset the standard for luxury living in South Florida. Priced at close to $14 million and marketed as a private oasis less than three miles from the heart of the popular town of Jupiter, Thomson has this week announced an open house at the property set to be held on October 27, 2019.
“Boasting exactly 599 feet of water frontage and incredible, panoramic views of the river, this private oasis located on the wide waters of the Loxahatchee River has reset the standard for luxury living in South Florida,” reveals Thomson.
With six bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, the more than 8,750 square foot home sits on just shy of three acres of land. “5241 Pennock Point Road sits on precisely 2.99 exquisitely landscaped acres,” adds Jupiter native Rob Thomson, “offering a largely unparalleled level of luxury outdoor living and entertainment space locally.”
“Lose track of time enjoying the Florida sunshine while floating in the over-sized pool,” he continues, “or relaxing in the expansive loggia, complete with outdoor fireplace.”
The property’s spacious rear lawn backs up to a large dock with two boat lifts and unobstructed water views as far as the eye can see. “Once inside, the transitional design and details are unmatched and perfectly complement the water views,” Thomson adds.
A luxury open-plan kitchen, meanwhile, complete with Wolf, Subzero, and Miele appliances, means that whether indoors or outdoors, the Pennock Point Road home is an entertainer’s dream, according to Thomson.
Elsewhere, the listing boasts an elaborate, first floor master suite, thoughtfully paired with a luxurious spa-like en suite bathroom, plus an over-sized games room, a large office, and two laundry rooms. Newly added in a recent renovation, there’s also a guest house with a five-car garage plus ample storage and a tackle room.
“Rest assured, this custom estate home—which enjoys expert craftsmanship throughout and a stunning array of state of the art features and technology—will leave you simply amazed,” adds Thomson, wrapping up.
5241 Pennock Point Road, Jupiter, Florida, is priced at $13,995,000. Rob Thomson’s open house at the address will be held on Sunday, October 27, 2019, from 11:00 AM until 2:00 PM.
For more information, visit Rob Thomson’s listing on Realtor.com at https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/5241-Pennock-Point-Rd_Jupiter_FL_33458_M67802-41647/.
Luxury real estate mogul Rob Thomson showcases his latest Jupiter, Florida, property listings.
Jupiter native Rob Thomson has been a leading name in the South Florida luxury real estate market for more than three decades. Now with offices in Palm Beach, North Palm Beach, Stuart, Delray Beach, and Jupiter alike, Thomson provides a closer look at several of his listings in his home town of Jupiter, nestled on the beautiful southeastern coast of Florida.
First to be highlighted by Thomson is a luxurious family home on Jupiter’s Spyglass Lane. “A custom waterfront estate home just steps from the Intracoastal Waterway, this stunning property boasts magnificent features throughout,” he reveals.
Located within prestigious Admirals Cove and completed in 2002, the five-bedroom, six-bathroom home also offers something extra special for guests visiting the address, according to Thomson. “Guests will enjoy their own private space,” he points out, “whether it’s in the over-sized VIP suite, or the mini apartment with its own private entrance at the property.”
With a recently updated, resort-like pool and spa, plus a large, outdoor summer kitchen, the truly luxurious Jupiter family home is listed at $5.2 million.
Next on Thomson’s list is a stunning seven-bedroom property priced at $12 million. “New to the market and situated on Mariner Drive, one of Jupiter’s most prestigious addresses, this incredible seven-bedroom home enjoys almost 300 feet of water frontage,” says the luxury real estate mogul.
Accordingly, the Mariner Drive property is, he says, a boater’s dream. “A boater’s dream, this one of a kind property enjoys dockage for even the largest vessels,” adds Jupiter native Rob, “plus, back inside, a wine room, theater, office, chef’s kitchen, guest wings, and much more.”
Thomson’s third new Jupiter listing is a $7.75 million new construction on Commodore Drive. “Ready in early spring of 2020, there’s still time to make this home your own, choosing what you like, and putting your own stamp on the five-bedroom property,” he explains. “But you must hurry,” adds Thomson, “as this stunning new home will not last long on the open market!”
Rob’s Commodore Drive listing, much like his listing on Mariner Drive, is also ideally suited to boaters. “That’s because,” he adds, wrapping up, “the finished property will feature a brand new floating dock and a 30,000 lb boat lift.”
Elsewhere in Jupiter, Florida, Rob Thomson also has listings on Eagle Drive, Regatta Drive, and Captains Way, priced at $11,750,000, $1,475,000, and just $900,000 respectively. To find out more about Rob, or to view all of his Jupiter listings, as well as other listings in South Florida, visit Rob Thomson on Realtor.com at https://www.realtor.com/realestateagents/rob-thomson_jupiter-_fl_162266_368999637/.
Realtor and philanthropist Rob Thomson provides an expert insight into some of the Florida town of Jupiter’s most desirable addresses.
Owner and co-founder of one of South Florida’s leading luxury real estate agencies, headquartered in Jupiter, and with further offices in Palm Beach, North Palm Beach, Stuart, and Delray Beach, Rob Thomson of Jupiter is among the region’s most renowned luxury real estate professionals. A Jupiter native, Thomson offers an expert look at some of the area’s most desirable places to buy property.
“For starters, Pennock Point Road is arguably among the very best places to live in Jupiter,” suggests Rob. With properties on the exclusive road often boasting several hundred feet of water frontage and incredible, panoramic views of the Loxahatchee River, homes on Pennock Point Road regularly command prices in excess of $10 million. “Pennock Point largely sets the standard of luxury, not just in Jupiter, but across all of South Florida,” reveals Thomson.
Similarly attractive, he says, is Commodore Drive, where, again, homes can sell for more than $10 million. “Gated signature estates on the drive represent true paradise,” suggests the Jupiter-based real estate mogul and philanthropist.
Rob Thomson of Jupiter himself currently has a listing on Commodore Drive priced at $13,750,000. The seven-bedroom home, set across more than 13,000 square feet of living space, is, according to Rob, exquisite. “From a state of the art gym with sauna and therapy spa to all hand-carved marble columns and an eight-car garage, the property is exquisite,” he adds.
Third among Thomson’s choices for the most exclusive places to live in Jupiter is Mariner Drive. “Location, location, location,” says the expert. “Situated in prestigious Admirals Cove, Mariner Drive is a boaters dream,” adds the Jupiter native.
One of the largest lots in Admirals Cove, Thomson is currently listing 492 Mariner Drive, Jupiter, for $12 million. “It’s truly a one-of-a-kind property,” suggests the luxury real estate professional.
Rob Thomson of Jupiter is a multi-award-winning real estate agent based in Jupiter, Florida. The recipient of numerous Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate Awards, Thomson scooped the Luxury Real Estate Award for Extraordinary Philanthropy in 2018, and the Luxury Real Estate Master Networker Award in both 2013 and 2015.
In 2012, meanwhile, Rob Thomson of Jupiter became the youngest ever individual to be welcomed into Luxury Real Estate’s Billionaire’s Club less than 12 months after scooping the Luxury Real Estate Award for Best Industry Networking.
The Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate Awards honor Luxury Real Estate members and partners each year for their success and dedication to the industry. “It’s truly an honor to have been recognized by Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate on no fewer than five occasions in the last few years alone,” adds Thomson, commenting from his office in Jupiter, wrapping up.
Robert Thomson, owner and co-founder of Waterfront Properties and Club Communities, shares some of Palm Beach County’s best pumpkin patches in preparation for Halloween 2019.
With Halloween fast on the approach, now’s the time to pick out the best pumpkin patch for you and your family to visit this October. With many to choose from in Palm Beach County, Waterfront Properties’ Robert Thomson of Jupiter offers three suggestions covering Jupiter, Wellington, Stuart, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, and West Palm Beach alike.
“Halloween is right around the corner, and what better way to mark the occasion than by picking the perfect pumpkin from one of South Florida’s best pumpkin patches?” suggests Thomson, owner and co-founder of Waterfront Properties and Club Communities, a leading South Florida luxury real estate business with offices in Palm Beach, North Palm Beach, Stuart, Delray Beach, and Jupiter.
First, Rob Thomson of Jupiter points toward Pumpkin Towne. Admission to Pumpkin Towne is free, and pumpkins on offer range from mini pumpkins for less than a dollar to pie pumpkins and carving pumpkins, each priced by the pound. The attraction also offers bounce houses, merry go rounds, hay bales for climbing, and plentiful photo opportunities for the whole family, according to Pumpkin Towne’s organizers. “Pumpkin Towne has three locations,” adds Thomson, “in Jupiter, Wellington, and Stuart.”
All three locations, he says, will open on Thursday, October 10.
Next on Thomson’s list is Bender’s Farm, located in Delray Beach and Boynton Beach. A family-owned farmers’ market, every fall, Bender’s Farm hosts its famous Fall Festival from September 28 through October 27. “The festival features everything from a traditional pumpkin patch to hayrides, a corn maze, and a petting zoo,” reveals Thomson.
Also on offer is an award-winning barbecue, homemade ice cream, roasted corn on the cob, and much more, according to the Waterfront Properties’ owner and co-founder.
Lastly, Rob Thomson of Jupiter turns to Mr. Jack O’ Lantern’s Pumpkin Patch which, he says, boasts all of the fall activities a family could wish for. The popular attraction promises carnival rides, bounce houses, hayrides, a petting zoo, pumpkin carving stations, a huge selection of pumpkins to choose from, and more.
“Mr. Jack O’ Lantern’s Pumpkin Patch can be found on Lakeview Avenue in West Palm Beach,” adds Thomson, wrapping up, “and opens on Saturday, October 5, 2019.”
Robert Thomson of Jupiter is a luxury real estate professional based in Jupiter, Florida. Robert ‘Rob’ Thomson is a managing partner and owner of Waterfront Properties and Club Communities, and is co-owner of the Jupiter-based restaurant Shipwreck Bar and Grille. A keen philanthropist, Thomson is a regular contributor to organizations such as the American Cancer Society and Big Dog Ranch Rescue, as well as Waterfront Properties’ own charitable organization, the Waterfront Way Foundation.
Luxury real estate mogul Rob Thomson offers a closer look at his stunning $2.9 million listing at Old Palm Golf Club.
One of the region’s leading real estate professionals, Rob Thomson is famed across much of South Florida’s property market where homes can change hands for $50 million or more. A relative bargain at just $2.9 million, Thomson offers a closer look at his recently posted listing at Palm Beach Gardens’ exclusive Old Palm Golf Club.
“A blend of traditional elegance and timeless style, this grand estate home offers real ‘wow’ factor,” says Thomson, owner and co-founder of Waterfront Properties.
The property, in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, boasts four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, covering over 6,800 square feet on more than half an acre of prized real estate at Old Palm Golf Club. Old Palm Golf Club, Thomson says, is among the top private club communities in Palm Beach Gardens.
Touted as one of the world’s most beautiful and luxurious golf club communities, Old Palm Golf Club offers four gracious and distinct neighborhoods. “Each neighborhood offers its own special characteristics,” explains Thomson, “and every home has been designed and built to the highest and most exacting standards.”
Rob Thomson’s listing, on Tulipa Court, combines traditional elegance and timeless style, according to the Waterfront Properties owner and co-founder. “A truly grand estate home, nothing has been overlooked with this property,” he adds.
Boasting a blend of open and formal living, the single-story, split-floor plan home also enjoys an additional 640 square foot clubroom offering a custom fireplace, wooden beams, and a state of the art audiovisual technology system with surround sound. Back inside, an open gourmet kitchen offers marble countertops while the formal living room perfectly adjoins the custom built-in bar and dining room. “Alternatively, enjoy outdoor living in the covered loggia,” adds Thomson, “perfectly equipped with a summer kitchen.”
“Elsewhere,” he continues, “relax in the beautiful spa, completely and expertly adorned with Italian glass mosaic tiles.”
Situated on a lushly landscaped, oversized lot, the grand estate-style home, built in 2005, also features a bocce court and putting green, according to Thomson.
The new owner, he goes on to explain, will enjoy what he calls a generous helping of the good life. “Golf club community Old Palm Golf Club is highly exclusive and as few as 330 members enjoy a decidedly generous helping of the good life,” suggests Waterfront Properties co-founder Thomson.
Old Palm Golf Club promises what it calls beautiful living coupled with superior golfing. “It’s where nature becomes one with the great game we call golf,” adds Thomson, wrapping up.
For more information about Waterfront Properties’ Rob Thomson‘s listing on Tulipa Court, visit https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/11711-Tulipa-Ct_Palm-Beach-Gardens_FL_33418_M52344-21616/.
Rob Thomson, owner of Waterfront Properties, offers a rare insight into South Florida’s luxury real estate market where homes can change hands for $50 million or more.
Established more than 35 years ago by Rob Thomson and his mother, Joan, Waterfront Properties has grown into a highly respected real estate business committed to assisting clients in both buying and selling luxury real estate on the waterfront and within South Florida’s many exclusive club communities. Now also invested in an accompanying yacht brokerage, Thomson offers a rare glimpse into an industry where homes regularly change hands for more than $50 million.
“Waterfront Properties and Club Communities is the largest purveyor of luxury residences in Palm Beach and Martin Counties,” reveals Thomson, “serving more than 25 of southeasternmost Florida’s towns between North Palm Beach, Jupiter, and Stuart.”
Founded and still headquartered in Jupiter, Florida, Waterfront Properties and Club Communities now boasts further offices in Palm Beach, North Palm Beach, Stuart, and Delray Beach alike.
Waterfront Properties, Thomson explains, offers homes ranging in price from $250,000 to over $50 million. “Our company’s highly skilled real estate specialists are poised to provide quick and accurate information at all times,” says Rob. “This,” he continues, “is not only because they’re seasoned professionals, but because they’re also supported by Waterfront Properties’ industry-leading proprietary technology systems.”
According to Thomson, each of Waterfront Properties’ agents markets homes exclusively in areas in which they’re the South Florida region’s leading expert. “Our seasoned agents each market properties in areas within which they’re the southernmost Florida region’s leading expert, assuring unparalleled levels of service designed to meet the exacting and often demanding requirements of Waterfronts Properties’ buyers and sellers,” he reveals.
Since 2015, Thomson has also been involved in Waterfront Yacht Brokerage, based in Jupiter, Florida, alongside Waterfront Properties and Club Communities. “Waterfront Yacht Brokerage sells sport fishing boats, motor yachts, and powerboats from the world’s leading manufacturers,” the businessman explains.
The company, he says, is heavily focused on Florida and the Bahamas. “Our resources, however,” adds Thomson, “enable our team to serve clients’ needs worldwide.”
Whether purchasing new or used, or selling a vessel, Waterfront Yacht Brokerage offers expert, need-specific advice, guidance, and a turnkey resource to see clients achieve their ultimate goals, according to Waterfront Properties boss and Waterfront Yacht Brokerage co-owner Rob Thomson.
A keen philanthropist, RobThomson of Waterfront Properties is a regular volunteer with organizations such as the American Cancer Society and Big Dog Ranch Rescue, as well as Waterfront Properties’ own charitable organization, the Waterfront Way Foundation.
“Outside of real estate, luxury watercraft, and my charitable efforts, I’m also the co-owner of the popular and successful Jupiter-based restaurant Shipwreck Bar and Grille,” adds the property mogul and entrepreneur, wrapping up.