Developers plan 925,000 sf business park for Deerfield Beach

Miami /
Apr.April 06, 2015 03:30 PM

Two developers have announced plans to build a 925,000-square-foot business park on the site of the former Deerfield Country Club in Deerfield Beach.

The park, branded as the Hillsboro Technology Center, is being developed by the Bristol Group and Butters Construction and Development.

Located east of I-95 and and north of West Hillsboro Boulevard, the 72-acre golf course was acquired from its operator and owner, Gator Development Group, according to a release.

The park will include a hotel, warehouse and offices, along with a recreation building and a public park during the project’s first phase.

Construction is set to begin in the second quarter of this year, with the first two industrial buildings, totaling 258,732
square feet, expected to be finished in early 2016. The rest will be finished over the next three to five years.

“Hillsboro Technology Center provides a unique opportunity to build a world class business park on the largest remaining vacant parcel adjacent to I-95,” said Malcolm Butters, president of Butters, in a statement. “The master planned business park will be the most significant new development in Broward County in terms of its size since the mid-2000’s.” — Sean Stewart-Muniz

 

Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Centrum’s Arthur Slaven and an aerial view of the project (Deerfield Beach City Commission)

Centrum’s Deerfield Beach multifamily project advances

Centrum’s Deerfield Beach multifamily project advances
Alex Sapir and Bella Sapir (Credit: Mark Von Holden/WireImage via Getty Images, and ADRIEL REBOH/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Alex Sapir’s family closes on condos at Sapir’s Arte in Surfside

Alex Sapir’s family closes on condos at Sapir’s Arte in Surfside
La Quinta hotel at 100 Southwest 12th Avenue and CorePoint CEO Keith A. Cline (Google Maps)

CorePoint Lodging sells Deerfield Beach La Quinta for $6M

CorePoint Lodging sells Deerfield Beach La Quinta for $6M
Renderings of the project and Gil Dezer (Getty; Renderings via  Zyscovich Architects)

Dezer’s 30-acre megaproject in North Miami Beach gets first approval

Dezer’s 30-acre megaproject in North Miami Beach gets first approval
Founder and CEO of IT'SUGAR Jeff Rubin, and BBX CEO Alan Levan (Credit: Denise Truscello/Getty Images)

It’Sugar files for bankruptcy protection after sales sour

It’Sugar files for bankruptcy protection after sales sour
Jeff Burns, Nick Rojo, The Bohemian Lake Worth

Affiliated Development’s Lake Worth Beach apartment project approved

Affiliated Development’s Lake Worth Beach apartment project approved
A rendering of the Intracoastal Mall and Gil Dezer

Dezer’s plans to remake Intracoastal Mall face opposition

Dezer’s plans to remake Intracoastal Mall face opposition
Alta Developers CEO Raimundo Onetto and Le Parc at Brickell rendering

Le Parc at Brickell condo association sues Alta Developers and partner for alleged construction defects

Le Parc at Brickell condo association sues Alta Developers and partner for alleged construction defects
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...