Boynton Beach To Proceed With Major Development Project

Written by on April 11, 2013 in News - No comments

The Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency accepted a request that could change the face of the city’s downtown.

After discussion and community input, the CRA board decided that it will negotiate a plan with One Boynton Realty for development of an 11-story mixed use tower, a 12-story mixed use tower, an 11-story hotel and a 50,000 square-foot national headquarters for law firm, Kanner and Pintaluga at 222 N. Federal Highway, at the southeast corner of Boynton Beach Boulevard and Federal Highway.

The law firm, which started in Boynton in 2003, moved to Delray last year and could potentially come back to the city with 200 jobs, said executive director Vivian Brooks.

The law firm is also looking at two properties in Delray Beach, but the city feels like it is at a point where it can compete.

The city issued a request for developers on the North Federal Highway property in February. The One Boynton Realty/Kanner and Pintaluga project was the only bidder by the April 5 deadline.

The proposed project is anticipated to be completed in four phases:

  • Phase 1 (April 2013-February 2015): Six-story, 50,000 square feet of offices over 300-space garage. Proposed anchor: Kanner and Pintaluga law firm.
  • Phase 2: (January 2014-April 2017): Twelve-story, 183-unit residential tower at north end of site; seven floors of apartments over 506 space garage, as well as retail and office space.
  • Phase 3: (June 2015-June 2018): Eleven-story, 99-unit residential tower on south end of site.
  • Phase 4: (January 2016-January 2019): 12-story, 120-room hotel at south end of site, with 120 parking spaces.


Source:  Sun-Sentinel

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