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Voters approve new development on SW 10th Street


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A major new development that would include residential units, retail stores, a large convention center space and more was approved last month by City of Deerfield Beach voters.


The project will be built on an empty lot on the south side of SW 10th Street just east of I-95 (across 10th Street from the BrandsMart USA). The land is currently owned by the City of Deerfield Beach which could only sell it to a developer after voters approved.


According to city officials, the proposed mixed-use project includes medical, retail, restaurant, housing, hotel, and convention entertainment center space, a parking garage to support the development, and public access to rooftop green space and walkable greenway paths.

The developer also proposes $7.5m in community contributions for improvements to surrounding parks, roadways, transportation networks, and other infrastructure improvements.


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