ABA Centers Of Florida Coming To University Centre At SR 7 And Belvedere In RPB

ABA Centers of Florida is coming to University Centre in Royal Palm Beach. The autism testing and therapy center will be located at 9701 Belvedere Road. ABA Centers of Florida is leasing the entire first floor (13,341 square feet) of the newly constructed building.

Katz & Associates’ Robert Nuchereno and Denise Leyendecker represented the landlord, Acquest Development. Acquest Development, a full-service commercial real estate development company with 35 years of development experience and with holdings in more than 10 states, was represented by Director of Development Tim Weber. Damla Barrett of Colliers represented the tenant. Slated to open in December 2024, this will be ABA Centers of Florida’s fifth location, along with existing centers in Boca Raton and Jensen Beach, and soon-to-open Orlando and Tampa sites.

“This Class-A building with prime visibility from Belvedere Road will be a great space for ABA Centers, which will be an asset to the community,” Nuchereno and Leyendecker said. “It’ll be well situated in this robust and expanding area with more than 150 medical offices in close proximity, including Wellington Regional Medical Center, HCA Florida Palms West Hospital, and South University with 60,000 square feet allocated for healthcare programs.”

Acquest’s Tim Weber was excited by the agreement with ABA.

“Acquest is excited to welcome ABA Centers of Florida as its first tenant in University Centre Phase III and looks forward to leasing the remainder of this medical campus in the Royal Palm Beach community,” he said.

Katz & Associates began operations in January 1996. The company currently maintains offices in New York City, Charlotte, Boca Raton, Nashville, New Jersey, Orlando and Chicago. Katz & Associates’ primary focus is assisting retailers, restaurants and landlords in all capacities, including strategic planning, market analysis, lease and sale negotiations, and dispositions.

ABA Centers of Florida provides applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy services to children with autism spectrum disorder through a play-based approach rooted in positive reinforcement. The company was designed to disrupt the autism care industry by demolishing wait times traditionally experienced by those in search of an autism diagnosis or treatment. Its strategically designed behavioral care centers serve the South Florida and Central Florida areas, with in-home and in-school treatment also available to deliver the most impactful continuum of care. More information can be found at www.abacentersfl.com.