Pizza Rox, a brand new fast-casual restaurant, is opening its flagship location at the Renaissance Commons in Boynton Beach.
The eatery will offer Neapolitan pizzas, salads, desserts, beer and wine for both lunch and dinner. Its grand opening is slated for August.
Rosenfeld Realty Advisors, a local commercial brokerage, represented Pizza Rox for its 10-year lease. The restaurant put up an unknown amount of dough for the 3,000 square feet it will occupy come later this year.
“Pizza Rox needed high-profile retail space for its flagship location. Renaissance Commons is one of the best and most visible centers in Downtown Boynton Beach,” said Orin Rosenfeld, president of Rosenfeld Realty Advisors, in a statement. “In addition, we recognized the mixed-use development offers a built-in customer base with its onsite residences and office suites.”
Stiles, also a commercial brokerage, represented the site’s landlord Wells Fargo for the deal. The bank had seized Renaissance Commons’ commercial section after it filed a lawsuit against the complex’s developers in 2013.
Renaissance Commons is a 29-acre mixed-use development that was built in 2007. It houses 333 apartments and office, self storage and retail space. Current tenants for the commercial sections include Starbucks, AT&T, Bonefish Grill, Village Tavern and Bar Louie. — Sean Stewart-Muniz