Final phase of demolition for Town Square project in Boynton Beach starts Thursday

The 16-acre Town Square project would include a hotel, apartments, parking garages and a new city hall building

Nov.November 11, 2018 12:20 PM

Town Square rendering

The final phase of a demolition project will begin Thursday as crews finish razing the city hall building in Boynton Beach to clear land for a mixed-use development called Town Square.

The Town Square development would unfold on 16 acres and would include a hotel, apartments, parking garages and a new city hall building to replace the existing one at 100 East Boynton Beach Boulevard, which is 60 years old.

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

Construction of the $250 million Town Square project is expected to conclude in 2021.

City departments began relocating to temporary office space earlier this year in advance of the demolition of the city hall building. [Sun-Sentinel]Mike Seemuth


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