Parking spaces are a hot commodity in Boynton Beach‘s downtown. That’s why on Tuesday the city will make a deal with the city’s redevelopment agency to get a few more.
At the city’s regular meeting, the commission will decide whether to transfer the city-owned property underneath the now-closed Little House restaurant to the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency in exchange for a few parking spaces.
Vivian Brooks, executive director with the city’s redevelopment agency, hopes that transfer will make the Little House property more attractive to sell to a private developer. In return, the public will be able to use a 24-space redevelopment agency parking lot on the corners of Northeast First Avenue and Northeast Fourth Street.