Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Boynton Beach Florida: Places To Go, Things to Do

You might not think of Boynton Beach,Florida as a happening place, but it is definitely booming right now. The growth both in East and West Boynton Beach, Florida are fueling a huge retail and mixed use explosion!

In a previous post I mentioned a new Neighborhood Center - Canyon Town Center - but there is another new development on the East side of town.

Boynton Town Center.

Boynton Town Center will be a new huge Power Center in the ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers)Scale. It will get this grade due to having three major national Anchor tenants:

Over 20 other retailers, restaurants and service providers have signed leases to fill in much of the rest of available Space. Here is a current list of future tenants.

  • Jason's Deli
  • Doc Green's Gourmet Salads
  • Moe's Southwest Grill
  • Rotelli's Pizza and Pasta
  • Smokey Bones Barbeque & Grill
  • Red Lobster
  • Panda Express
  • Pollo Campero
  • Shoe Carnival
  • Hot Heads
  • Bombay Co.
  • Game Stop
  • Payless Shoe Store
  • Mattress Giant
  • Jamba Juice
  • Hollywood Tans
  • Massage Envy
  • Sports Clips
  • Great Clips
  • Jos. A. Bank

Nestled directly across the street from the Boynton Beach Mall, this shopping center will boast over 400,000 square feet of pedestrian friendly shopping, making it the first landmark of the new Boyton Beach Florida Revitalization efforts.

According to its Developers, Sembler and Compson Associates, Boynton Town Center will also inclue 10,000 square feet of office space (notice the 2nd level) and over 1000 residential units. This will be in direct competition to the Renaissance Commons which has 1000 residential units as well, but only in a Mixed Use type development with ancillary retail. Renaissance Commons has an Eat, Work, Play mentality with some townhome style units offering ground floor entries that will cater to those who want an office space in that area and to live above them. Renaissance Commons is also a Compson Associates development.

It is estimated that this center will see over 95,000 cars per day in North and Southbound Traffic in its Congress Road location.

The Palm Beach Post reports: "Outdoor art and benches, stone and brick finishes and a main street designed to evoke the ambiance of old-fashioned downtown main streets"

Muvico Theaters LogoAll of this development is quickly turning Boynton Beach Florida into a great place to live in Palm Beach County Florida.

Once open and with the May 4th opening of a new Muvico Theater Cinemas across the street in the Simon Properties owned Boynton Beach Mall... Boynton Beach Florida will also be a great place to play in Palm Beach County, Florida!

*images and site map courtesy of Sembler Website and Marketing Materials

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