Demolition work under way for two big developments in downtown Boca Raton

Crews are clearing sites for a condo called Monarch Boca Raton and a hotel-and-condo complex bearing the Mandarin Oriental brand

Jan.January 20, 2018 03:05 PM

Rendering of Mandarin Oriental Boca Raton hotel and the Residences at Mandarin Oriental Boca Raton condominium

Demolition work has started in downtown Boca Raton to clear two sites for construction of a condominium and a hotel-and-condo complex.

Penn-Florida Companies on Friday started demolition work at 103 East Camino Real to clear the site for construction of the 12-story Mandarin Oriental Boca Raton hotel.

Penn-Florida also is developing a 92-unit condominium at 105 East Camino Real called Residences at Mandarin Oriental Boca Raton.The combined cost of the Mandarin Oriental hotel and condominium is about $400 million.

Demolition work started Jan. 9 to clear sites at 210 Southeast Mizner Boulevard and 398 Southeast Mizner Boulevard for construction of a condominium development called Monarch Boca Raton.

Initially named Mizner 200, Monarch Boca Raton is a trio of nine-story condo buildings that will replace a townhouse development called Mizner on the Green. Elad Group, the developer of Monarch Boca Raton, announced the start of the demolition of the townhouse development, which has about 100 units. [Sun-Sentinel] – Mike Seemuth

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