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By Jane Smith

The Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency will let federal officials decide if the former operators of Old School Square broke any rules when accepting federal pandemic-related aid.
The CRA board directed staff on July 14 to send a

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10745947857?profile=RESIZE_710xThe eight-story complex will include 236 apartments and a 450-car parking garage. Rendering provided

 

Related story: The Pierce honors Boynton’s ‘barefoot mailman’

By Tao Woolfe

The city’s final approval of The Pierce — a $73 million downtown comple

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10604855070?profile=RESIZE_710xPreliminary plans for Affiliated Development’s eight-story, $73 million project in downtown Boynton Beach. The plan will be fine-tuned after details are worked out with the city and existing store owners. Rendering provided

By Tao Woolfe

The future o

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By Jane Smith

Delray Beach commissioners have not settled on a plan yet for how best to use the Cornell Museum of Art at Old School Square during the fast-approaching summer season.
Following a May 17 commission workshop on the subject, City Manager T

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10530529657?profile=RESIZE_710xAffiliated Development’s project, called The Pierce after the historical barefoot mailman, Charlie Pierce, appears to be back on track, with a final agreement with the Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency to be considered June 7. Rendering pr

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By Jane Smith

The Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency is demanding the return of $187,500 it gave to the former operators of the Old School Square campus that is the cultural heart of the city’s downtown.
The CRA board, composed of the five ci

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By Larry Barszewski

Don’t expect a downtown medley of shops, restaurants, apartments and offices that is planned for city-owned land along the west side of Federal Highway in Boynton Beach to rise anytime soon.
Even if Affiliated Development’s propos

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10165157080?profile=RESIZE_584xVolunteers and staff remove records, furniture and personal items from Old School Square on Feb. 11. Many larger items were sold on site. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

 

Related Story: Boca art museum in talks to take over Cornell Museum

By Jane Smith

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By Jane Smith

Residents and art patrons waiting to hear about Delray Beach’s plans for its 4-acre Old School Square campus will have to wait until the Feb. 8 City Commission meeting.
At the Feb. 1 meeting, City Manager Terrence Moore told commissione

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10065501480?profile=RESIZE_710xHurricane Alley’s owner says the money could come partly from the developer or as a stipend or grant. Staff photo

By Larry Barszewski

Hurricane Alley Raw Bar and Restaurant expects to have a new downtown home in the coming years, and its owner says B

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10065496691?profile=RESIZE_710xThe Magnuson House’s historic designation might present a hurdle to the entrepreneur who wants to turn it into a restaurant. Staff photo

By Larry Barszewski

A decade after adding the home of Boynton Beach pioneer Oscar Magnuson to the city’s list of

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By Larry Barszewski

Boynton Beach’s Community Redevelopment Agency selected a Fort Lauderdale firm that had strong support from local businesses to develop a new project on

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The Cornell Art Museum has been the centerpiece of Old School Square for decades. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

RELATED STORY: Delray Beach: Nonprofit’s pattern of accounting flaws at heart of city’s decision

By Jane Smith

The decision to terminate t

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9624378280?profile=RESIZE_710xWith renovations halted at the Crest Theatre, a private donor asked to have her unused contributions returned. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

RELATED STORY: Delray Beach: End to Old School Square lease unveils history of controversy

By Larry Keller

Del

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Southeast corner view of proposed restaurant at the Magnuson House. Rendering provided

By Larry Barszewski

Two new food establishments and a major real estate transaction — all now in the works — could signal a new stage in the revitalization of Oce

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By Jane Smith

Delray Beach city commissioners voted unanimously June 1 to keep the same structure of the city Community Redevelopment Agency board.
That means the commissioners will continue to sit on the CRA board and the two independent community m

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