The Coastal Star

DELRAY BEACH — City commissioners this month will debate the first in a series of necessary approvals that would allow for the development of condos, shops and office space west of the Intracoastal Waterway. Commissioners on Nov. 18 will address a request from the property’s representatives for permission to construct buildings higher than 48 feet; three of the six buildings in the plan will go 60 feet high. The Atlantic Plaza II proposal, northeast of Atlantic Avenue and Federal Highway next to Veterans Park, includes 197 condo units and more than 200,000 square feet of shops, restaurants and office space on some 8.65 acres, according to a city planner. Some stores, offices and an apartment complex that are on the site, would be demolished if all approvals are met. The city’s planning and zoning board on Oct. 20 supported the height change. Other votes will follow at later dates, include vacating, adding and moving roads internal to the project. One current change is suggested to move Northeast Seventh Avenue 70 feet to the east. Commissioners will also vote on the site’s specific plans. – Hector Florin

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