IIt was “all hands on deck” at The Palace Coral Gables for the visit of officers and sailors from the USS New York and the FSN Ventose who were in town for the first Miami Navy Week, Mar. 25-31.
The Palace at Coral Gables celebrated “The Art of Aging: Ageless Beauty” featuring photography, art, speakers, workshops and entertainment with the intent to illustrate that beauty is from within and how to greet each day with happiness and enthusiasm regardless of age.
2 Chainz is back for another episode of VICELAND’s Most Expensivest. This time, he visits The Palace at Coral Gables.
The customer always comes first, right? That depends on who you believe your customer is. There are
internal customers and external customers, but at the end of the day, who’s your top priority?
For Haim Dubitzky, MSM, principal and VP of performance excellence for The Palace Group, a South Florida privately owned operator of senior living communities, the top customer is the employees.
Bernie Elser has lived his entire life in the cit- ies. When it came time to consider where to live in retirement, he wanted to make sure theaters, restaurants and other conveniences were within walking distance. "I’m not looking for greenery. I’m looking for stores,” the 78-year-old says.Elser picked a senior complex called The Palace at Coral Gables.
The Palace Group, South Florida’s largest privately owned operator
of senior living communities, has received the highest honor from Gallup and has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Gallup Great Workplace Award.
During an evening dedicated to honoring the achievements of employees, The Palace Group, South Florida's largest privately owned company specializing in senior housing development, management, operations and care, recently recognized 12 of its managers as "Managers of the Year".
When instructor Chany Stolik comes into the classroom at The Palace Coral Gables, her students typically say a "gutn morgn" instead of "Good Morning"
At The Palace at Coral Gables, the award-wining Senior Living Community, personal trainer Julian Hevia works with seniors to hel keep them flexible and fit into their golden years.
It often is said that it takes a village to raise a child, but it also takes a village to ensure the safety and wellbeing of seniors during a natural disaster such as Hurricane Irma.
Helping others is what many of us try to do every day. When residents of the Lower Keys needed extra care recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Irma, employees of The Palace Gardens in Homestead stepped up.
Residents at The Palace at Coral Gables are finding that you're never too old to learn. As youngsters return to school, so do the seniors living at the active retirement community.
There was no underage drinking. No hotel rooms were booked. And everyone got out by 9 p.m. sharp. It was prom night - meant not for college-bound high-schoolers, but for senior citizens.
The Palace at Coral Gables "Dancing Thru the Decades" Featured on Coral Gables TV. From the Roaring 20's to street smart Hip Hop, The Palace at Coral Gables proudly presented "Dancing Thru the Decades". Click the thumbnail link below to view the story on Coral Gables TV.
On any given day at a Palace senior living community, there are a host of activities taking place from morning into the night - all under the guidance of the entertainment/social directors.
Mario Smuglovsky, a resident of The Palace at Coral Gables gives his delicious, homemade empanadas away to neighbors and staff members at the luxury retirement community.
Florida Atlantic Building Association recognizes The Palace at Coral Gables with 6 total PRISM Awards:
• Platinum Award: Best Community of the Year
• Gold Award: Interior Design
• Gold Award: Assisted Living
• Gold Award: Best Marketing Program
• Silver Award: Recreation Amenities
• Silver Award: Direct Mail Campaign
You are never too old to feel young again. Senior Prom Night was a flash to the past for Palace at Coral Gables residents, their families and friends as we danced the night away. Coral Gables TV was there to catch all of the excitement at this fabulous event.
The Cookie Lady's baking always delights friends and neighbors at the Coral Gables Senior Living Community. Retired music teacher Sandra Davis
learned to bake with her mother in Long
Island. Her favorite cookie is cinnamon,
but her most requested is chocolate chip.
At many of South Florida's retirement communities, institutional food has given way to micro greens locally sourced produced and made- from-scratch entrees with The Palace at Coral Gables leading the way.
It's like high school all over again at The
Palace in Coral Gables - butterflies, pop
kisses and love songs.
"If you think seniors have resigned
themselves to loveless years in their
second stage of life, think again," said
spokeswoman Vicki Garfinkel. Read More...
Lisa Goldberg wanted to find a better
living situation for her widowed mother,
in her 80s and living alone in a
10-bedroom house in New York. But the
typical assisted living facility couldn't
meet the lavish lifestyle she's accustomed to. Read More...
While some seniors pursue bridge and
sedentary pastimes, Pearl Levine takes
to the links.
The Palace Coral Gables resident,
who at 88 is a petite ball of energy, plays
golf once a week every Monday. Though
many seniors play the game, few have a
list of accomplishments and awards that
would rival Levine's. Read More...