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With the summer waning and "season" looming on the horizon, we're looking forward to providing you with the intel, key details, and current information related to the numerous new construction projects in Delray Beach. Read on and learn what you need to know to plan accordingly.

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NE 2nd Ave. & NW 1st St. Road Closure

The "Pride" Crossing is seen at the corner of NE 2nd. Avenue and NE 1st St. just north of Atlantic Ave. will see a short closure to repaint and retouch the work. It has been up for nearly two years now and is a common sight for passersby in Pineapple Grove.

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Atlantic Crossing

Atlantic Crossing sits on the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Federal Highway (US-1), just a block from Barr Terrace. This large-scale construction project has caused delays and lane closures for the past two years along the west side of the drawbridge headed westbound. The finished project, which is well over the halfway mark will eventually include 82 condos, 261 apartments, 83,000 square feet of office space, and 76,000 square feet of restaurants and retail storefronts.

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Sundy Village

One of the oldest areas of Delray Beach, Sundy Village is in for a massive makeover. Partly preservationist, partly expansionist, the city describes the new development as a mixed-use, outdoor-style campus with retail, upscale offices, and over 250 new parking spaces.

The New Hampton Inn

One of the best-regarded commonplace hotels in the United States, Delray Beach plans to build a new Hampton Inn to expand the offerings for our numerous seasonal travelers. As part of the Central Business District, the hotel will accommodate business and tourism just a few blocks north of Atlantic Avenue.

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CRA - Hatcher Construction Project

Hatcher Construction & Development Inc. plans to open new offices for themselves and the community at large. The full-service construction company, general contractor, and designer have had a presence since its launch by owner Jeff Hatcher in 1999. With these new offices, they intend to use 2,000 square feet of the space, with the remainder leased for office and retail use. 25% of the space will be discounted for the first seven years, as part of their stated goal to help local businesses thrive.

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