The Boynton Beach CRA has released a Request for Proposals and Developer Qualifications (RFP/RFQ) for a project known as the 115 N. Federal Highway Infill Mixed-Use Redevelopment Project. The development will consist of a mixed-use development project providing retail, office, public parking, and residential uses with a workforce housing component. The property being offered (including the parcels the BBCRA is in the process of negotiating acquisition) is approximately 2.28 acres. The property is located within the Downtown District as described in the 2016 BBCRA Community Redevelopment Plan. It carries a recommended Future Land Use of Mixed-Use High with a corresponding Zoning designation of Mixed-Use Core. The recommended land use and zoning designations provide for a density of 80 units per acre with a maximum allowable building height of 150 feet. Under defined circumstances, allowable density may be increased by twenty-five percent (25%) if a proposed development meets certain requirements under the City of Boynton Beach’s Workforce Housing Ordinance. Additionally, the Project Site is located within the designated Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and Transportation Concurrency Exemption Area (TCEA) of the City of Boynton Beach and is also located in the PBC Qualified Opportunity Zone.
Please read the full RFP/RFQ on the Boynton Beach CRA website – https://www.boyntonbeachcra.com/Home/Components/RFP/RFP/10/80