Construction Updates

Downtown Delray Beach has become a growing source of pride for the city and its citizens, with millions invested in public and private development over the past 25 years, resulting in a revitalization that inspires people to live, work and play in the urban core every day. Known as Delray Beach’s living room because of its community spirit and central location, people gather to enjoy the comfortable urban neighborhood setting that only downtown provides. For those who reside in one of the distinctive apartments or homes, the downtown is not only their living room, but also their dining room, kitchen and backyard as well!

Stay connected and updated on street closures and projects surrounding our Downtown area right here.

111 First Delray

111 First Delray is a 70-unit condominium at 111 SE 1st Ave., a block south of Atlantic Avenue with a projected completion date of March 2019. Currently under construction
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236 Fifth Delray + Aloft Hotel

Encompassing the two blocks to the south of Atlantic Avenue on Federal Highway between Second and Third Street. Currently under construction with projected completion in 2019.
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Atlantic Crossing

Located on the northeast corner of Federal Highway and Atlantic Avenue spanning two blocks east. The project will include 82 condos, 261 apartments, 83,000 square feet of office space and 76,000 square feet of shops and restaurants.
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Kolter Hotel

Located on SE 6th Ave and SE 2nd St, the Kolter Hotel is a four-story, 150-room hotel and a 116-space parking garage with a pool and available event space on the roof.
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The Ray Hotel

Boutique hotel coming to Pineapple Grove Arts District on NE 2nd Ave in 2020. Project to include: • 141 rooms and suites • 2 full service restaurants • Lobby bar • Glass enclosed event space “The Cube,” with garden above that has capacity up to 300 people • Rooftop pool and bar and more
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Delray City Market

33 SE 3rd Ave ½ Block South of Atlantic Avenue DESCRIPTION: Architecturally significant mixed-use building, 50 yards south of Atlantic Avenue in the heart of downtown Delray Beach, FL. 150,000 SF, 4-story building with additional basement and mezzanine levels
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Food Hall To Open in Downtown Delray Beach in 2020

Wednesday, June 5, 2019 - 2:21pm

Original article posted on WPTV.com

 

Foodies, listen up!

A brand new, 60,000-square-foot food hall is coming to Delray Beach that will feature 35 chefs and operators.

According to Brand Story Communications, groundbreaking is scheduled to occur later this summer at the corner of Southeast Third Avenue and Southeast First Street, which is just off Atlantic Avenue.

The Delray Beach Market will be housed in a four-story building and is being billed as Florida's largest food hall.

It will also feature multiple outdoor spaces and a four-level parking garage that can hold 220 vehicles.

The food hall is scheduled to open in the fall of 2020.

Venetian Drive & Gleason Street Intersection Improvements

Monday, August 27, 2018 - 11:04am

UPDATE: As of 11/9/2018

The road work on Atlantic Ave at the intersections of Venetian and Gleason will be wrapping up. The holes will be filled in over the weekend with rock material. Density testing will be performed early next week. Upon passing the density test, the asphalt will be laid middle to end of next week. Minor adjustments to sewer manholes/valve boxes along with ancillary striping will occur in the following week.


The City of Delray Beach will be working in conjunction with R&D Paving, LLC on the Venetian Drive & Gleason Street Intersection Improvements project that will begin September 4, 2018. This project, developed by the City of Delray Beach, was developed for the purpose of improving the paver brick intersections and pedestrian crosswalks at the intersections with Atlantic Avenue. The anticipated completion date of this project is December 3, 2018.

This project will cause vehicular and pedestrian travel inconveniences and as a result, will be constructed in two phases. During Phase 1: east/westbound traffic along Atlantic Ave will remain open, pedestrian traffic will remain open and ONLY right turns (eastbound) are available from Venetian Dr. & Gleason St. During Phase 2: east/westbound traffic along Atlantic Ave. will remain open, pedestrian traffic will remain open, Venetian Dr. & Gleason St. access to Atlantic Ave. will be closed. During the construction period, there will be lane shifts, road detours, and pedestrian detours. For your safety please adhere to the posted maintenance of traffic signage.  All disturbed areas of work will be restored prior to to the project's completion.

 

If you have any questions or concern regarding the construction of this project, please feel free to call the City of Delray Beach's Program and Project Management Division at (561) 243-7341

Lane Closure on SE 5th Ave

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - 11:21am

The westward lane on SE 5th Ave will be closed Friday, June 1 for work being completed in the center of the building for 4th and 5th Delray.

Atlantic Crossing Project Closures

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 - 11:36am

Closure 1 - Directional bore for installation of electrical panel in alleyway

  • The sidewalk on the north side of Atlantic Ave between US1 and NE 7th Ave will be temporarily closed for that day (May 29th, 2018)
  • The alleyway on the south side of Atlantic Ave directly across the above referenced area (where Swell Crepes and Coffee is located) will be closed until June 1, 2018.

Closure 2 - Indefinite sidewalk closure on Ne 7th Ave for sheet pile installation

  • The sidewalk on the west side of NE 7th Ave will be closed indefinitely which is associated with the Atlantic Crossing projects developing stages.

Atlantic Crossing Officially Breaks Ground

Friday, May 11, 2018 - 4:21pm

On Thursday, May 10, city partners, community members along with the media attended the groundbreaking ceremony for Atlantic Crossing, the new project which will span two full city blocks and will include 82 condos, 261 apartments, 83,000 square feet of office space and 76,000 square feet of shops and restaurant, accompanied by an underground parking garage.

 

The project, which is expected to have a five year buildout, will start with construction on the underground parking garage which is estimated to take 15 months to complete. Atlantic Crossing is the largest private investment in the City ($300 million) and is projected to bring 600 permanent jobs.