By: Marisa Herman Associate Editor The lowest bidder became the No. 1 choice for the Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency board when it selected a project to fill 6 acres of land on West Atlantic Avenue. With plans to add rental housing, restaurants, office space and a grocery store to the site, board members selected BH3
BH3 won the city site for a major mixed-use project on West Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. Aventura-based BH3, led by Dan Lebensohn and Greg Freedman, was one of six groups bidding on the public-private partnership to redevelop 6.17 acres on the 600 to 800 block from the city, aiming to transform the downtown area.
WEST PALM BEACH — Attention to the city’s artsy Northwood district is intensifying, as architecture and urban design firms of national and international repute focus on projects to anchor the vacant east and west ends of the commercial stretch, while West Palm Beach rethinks its unintended haven for homeless along the Intracoastal waterfront, Currie Park. On Friday at
The Ocean Breeze East Project site is a vacant parcel of land approximately 4.32 acres in size and located at 700 N. Seacrest Boulevard. The property was purchased in May 2007 after the multi-family housing that had previously existing on the property had been condemned due to extreme hurricane damage. The CRA demolished the structures,