Commission Approves Mixed-Use Midtown Delray
The Delray Beach City Commission has officially given the stamp of approval for the long-awaited plan to transform a historic corridor in downtown Delray Beach into a thriving local hot spot. After six rounds of revisions, the path is clear at last for Midtown Delray, a new, mixed-use shopping and dining destination you can walk to in less than a minute from 111 First Delray in the heart of the SofA District.
All year round, East Atlantic Avenue sees a steady influx of visitors in search of fun shopping, fine dining or just a refreshing stroll in the ocean breeze. At the very center of Delray Beach, where Atlantic Avenue intersects with Swinton Avenue, Midtown Delray will introduce a thoughtful mix of retailers, dining outlets, select professional services and additional public parking, all just a block from 111 First Delray.
This is outstanding news for Delray, and especially for anyone living in the South of Atlantic (SofA) District. Projects like Midtown Delray, the iPic, SOFA I and II and, of course, 111 First Delray are the driving forces behind the emergence of the SofA District as a dynamic, pedestrian-friendly community with a vibrant business base. The arrival of more key retail, diversified dining options and additional professional services only a block away from your new home at 111 First Delray further enhances SofA’s premier luxury condo’s enviable quality of life. There has never been a better time to fall in love with Delray and to make your move on 111 First Delray.
Want to know more? Read the full article in the Palm Beach Post below.