Downtown Boca Raton’s new Brightline station is being positioned as catalyst for growth — to build up a transit-oriented destination that will offer more new housing, stores and plenty more.
The Boca Raton station, at 101 NW 4th St., and a station in Aventura each opened in December last year, increasing the number of South Florida stations from three to five. Resembling the babies of the family, the newer stations are expected to mimic their sibling stations, which opened in 2018 in West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The older stations already have drawn growth and redevelopment around them.
The city is seeking a consultant to guide the creation of the “transit-orientated development” that the area currently lacks, said Marc Wigder, chair of the Boca Raton Community Redevelopment Agency.
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