Atlantic Crossing FAQs
What will Atlantic Crossing bring to Downtown Delray?
A true mixed-use environment, the first Class A office space, and new options for making Downtown Delray home. Atlantic Crossing will also include a carefully “curated” selection of specialty shops and restaurants that you won’t find elsewhere. It’s designed as an ideal fit with Delray’s walkable environment, and brings added convenience for getting around town, including car share and bike share programs and shuttle stops.
There’s no location like this, with the City’s Veterans Park, the Intracoastal Waterway and vibrant Atlantic Avenue at its doorstep, and the beach minutes away. Atlantic Crossing will be as unique as Delray -- America’s Most Fun Small Town.
What shops and restaurants are planned?
In keeping with today’s Atlantic Avenue, the plan is for specialty shops (about 15) and six restaurants, carefully chosen to fit into Downtown Delray. Local and regional merchants will be in the mix, plus retailers who’ll add new dimension to Downtown.
How can I get information about leasing office or retail space?
When will the commercial space be available?
Pre-construction leasing is now underway. The first office and retail space is projected to be completed in 2016.
What are the residential choices?
Atlantic Crossing will offer two choices for enjoying Downtown’s vibrant city life and walk-to-everything convenience. Apartment homes include 1, 2 and 3-bedroom plans, and condominiums include 2 and 3 bedroom designs overlooking the park and Waterway.
When will residences be available and at what price?
Plans call for apartments to be available in 2016, and condominiums in 2018. It is anticipated that pre-leasing for the apartments and pre-construction reservations for the condominiums will begin in 2015. Pricing and plan details are not yet finalized.
When will Atlantic Crossing be completed?
Overall, Atlantic Crossing is projected to take 4 to 4-1/2 years to final completion.