Boynton Beach, private partner prepare to build new city hall, hotel and apartments

Winter Park-based E2L Real Estate Solutions is the newly appointed master developer of the Town Square mixed-use project

Miami /
Aug.August 25, 2018 02:30 PM

Town Square rendering

City employees started moving Friday to temporary office space as Boynton Beach and a private company prepared to build a new city hall and an apartment complex on a site just off Interstate 95.

The existing city hall building at 100 East Boynton Beach Boulevard may be demolished as soon as September to clear the site for construction of a five- or six-story hotel with as many as 140 rooms.

The hotel project is part of a mixed-use development called Town Square, which includes a new city hall, 705 apartments and two parking garages on land west of the existing city hall building, a 16-acre site near the Boynton Beach Boulevard exit off I-95.

The Town Square project is a public-private development by the city of Boynton Beach and Winter Park-based E2L Real Estate Solutions, the project’s recently appointed master developer.

Construction is expected to conclude by 2021 at an estimated cost of $250 million.

Starting Sept. 4, the city of Boynton Beach will hold all of its public meetings at the Intracoastal Park Clubhouse at 2240 North Federal Highway. [Sun-Sentinel] – Mike Seemuth


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