Boynton Beach city officials say that their downtown is on its way up.
After an hourslong discussion Tuesday night, the city’s redevelopment agency approved a new plan that sets up the city’s downtown for a makeover.
According to the plan, downtown will have six downtown districts, each with its own development regulations, building heights and street designs.
At the meeting, city officials did make a few revisions, such as adding single-family homes near Sara Sims Park and extending the cultural district to include Ocean Avenue. But the agency’s board did not reduce the allowed building height, which has been a source of contention among residents.