Mixed-use complex in downtown Delray finally under construction

Proposed seven years ago, Atlantic Crossing will be a mix of office space, retail space, condos and rental apartments at Atlantic Avenue and Federal Highway

May.May 12, 2018 12:30 PM

Rendering of Atlantic Crossing

Construction of the $300 million, six-building complex at Federal Highway and Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach is expected to conclude in 2022.

The four-story Atlantic Crossing complex will encompass 83,000 square feet of office space, 76,000 square feet of space for retail stores and restaurants, 261 rental apartments and 82 condominium units.

Edwards Cos., the developer, filed a lawsuit in 2015 alleging the city deliberately stalled the development. Edwards originally proposed Atlantic Crossing in 2011.

The developer and the city settled the lawsuit in 2017.

Jeff Edwards, president of Edwards Cos., said in a prepared statement that “our confidence [in Atlantic Crossing] has only grown over the six years the project has been in design and review.” [Palm Beach Post] Mike Seemuth

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