Construction Updates

Downtown Delray Beach has become a growing source of pride for the city and its citizens, with millions invested in public and private development over the past 25 years, resulting in a revitalization that inspires people to live, work and play in the urban core every day. Known as Delray Beach’s living room because of its community spirit and central location, people gather to enjoy the comfortable urban neighborhood setting that only downtown provides. For those who reside in one of the distinctive apartments or homes, the downtown is not only their living room, but also their dining room, kitchen and backyard as well!

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Lionfish

307 E Atlantic Avenue Description: Lionfish Delray brings sustainable, high quality, modern coastal cuisine to Atlantic Avenue with fresh-catches, grass-fed meats and local, seasonal ingredients.
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111 First Delray

111 First Delray is a 70-unit condominium at 111 SE 1st Ave., a block south of Atlantic Avenue with a projected completion date of March 2019. Currently under construction
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236 Fifth Delray + Aloft Hotel

Encompassing the two blocks to the south of Atlantic Avenue on Federal Highway between Second and Third Street. Currently under construction with projected completion in 2019.
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Atlantic Crossing

Located on the northeast corner of Federal Highway and Atlantic Avenue spanning two blocks east. The project will include 82 condos, 261 apartments, 83,000 square feet of office space and 76,000 square feet of shops and restaurants.
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Kolter Hotel

Located on SE 6th Ave and SE 2nd St, the Kolter Hotel is a four-story, 150-room hotel and a 116-space parking garage with a pool and available event space on the roof.
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The Ray Hotel

Boutique hotel coming to Pineapple Grove Arts District on NE 2nd Ave in 2020. Project to include: • 141 rooms and suites • 2 full service restaurants • Lobby bar • Glass enclosed event space “The Cube,” with garden above that has capacity up to 300 people • Rooftop pool and bar and more
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Delray City Market

33 SE 3rd Ave ½ Block South of Atlantic Avenue DESCRIPTION: Architecturally significant mixed-use building, 50 yards south of Atlantic Avenue in the heart of downtown Delray Beach, FL. 150,000 SF, 4-story building with additional basement and mezzanine levels
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ATLANTIC CROSSING: ROAD CLOSURE UPDATE — 10.23.2020

Wednesday, October 14, 2020 - 5:34pm

ATLANTIC CROSSING

NORTH GARAGE MAT SLAB CONCRETE POUR

October 23, 2020

MOT will begin set-up on Federal (US 1), Atlantic Avenue and NE 7th Avenue around 9:30 pm on Friday, October 23rd. Local law enforcement will be present to assist with this MOT set-up and during this entire concrete pour. Federal Hwy. will be closed between Atlantic Ave. and NE 1st St. during this concrete pour

Concrete pumps will also arrive around 10:00 pm and begin their set-up. At this time the plan is to erect #1 and #2 concrete pumps on the north end of the east side of NE 6th Ave. near NE 1st St. and #3 and #4 pumps erected on the north end of NE 7th Ave. The north end parking lot of Atlantic Plaza will be utilized for the concrete wash out station.

At approximately 10:30 pm, concrete trucks will begin staging on Federal Highway, south of Atlantic Ave. with the concrete pumping starting immediately thereafter.

Our concrete subcontractor estimates that this particular pour should cease around 12:00 pm Saturday afternoon. MOT on Federal and Atlantic will be removed once the pour is completed which should occur around 1:00 pm on Saturday

Law enforcement personnel will be staged at the intersections of Federal & Atlantic; Atlantic & NE 7th Ave. and NE 1st Street and Federal; and will remain until concrete trucks are no longer accessing the site. In addition to these personnel, our concrete subcontractor will have numerous flagmen with lights assisting with the movement of trucks in and out of the garage area.

Concrete Truck Route

All trucks will be staged along the east side of Federal Highway with one northbound lane open  to Atlantic Ave. Vehicular traffic on Atlantic Ave around the site will be limited to east-west travel with no turning from either direction on to north Federal. Trucks servicing the concrete pump on NE 7th Ave will turn right on Atlantic and then left on to NE 7th. Once emptied, they will go to the north parking lot for clean-out. Once cleaned, they will enter NE 1st Street and head west to Federal. At this point some trucks will turn right on to Federal to head north out of town or some will cross Federal to NE 5th to head south.

Trucks servicing the concrete pumps on NE 6th Ave. will head north on Federal and back up to the pumps. Once emptied, they will turn right on NE 1st St. and proceed to the north parking lot and cleaned, they will leave the site and turn left on to NE 1st and then either right on to Federal or straight to NE 5th Ave and then left on 5th.

Atlantic Crossing: Road Closure Update — 8.3.2020

Friday, July 17, 2020 - 3:05pm

UPDATE: As of 8.03.2020 - Atlantic Crossing Project has rescheduled the closing of Federal Hwy. from Atlantic Ave. to NE 1st St. to Monday, August 17th through Friday, August 21stbetween the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. as it was originally, with the possibility of leaving the one lane closed if there is road damage.

In addition, we have modified the original closure beginning Monday, August 3rd  to a partial one lane closure of NB Federal Hwy. between the same hours, to be completed no later than  Wednesday, August 5th to facilitate the erection of steel columns on building III.

MOT, law enforcement, and seismic monitors will be present as originally submitted as well.

AS OF JULY 29TH:  A partial lane closure will commence August 3rd - 5th (Mon-Wed) to set steel columns.  A COMPLETE road closure construction will commence either on Monday, August 10th or 17th, and will affect the northbound lanes of Federal Hwy. (NE 6th Ave.) as well as the westbound turn lane of Atlantic Ave. until either Friday, August 14th, or 21st. 

Updates on these construction plans will be posted once finalized.  For further information on the construction impact,  see below.

From Mouw Associates, Inc.:

To all business owners, residents, and guests. Beginning on Monday, August 3rd we will be removing the sheet piles along Federal Highway and Atlantic Ave. To facilitate this operation, the northbound lanes of Federal Hwy. (NE 6th Ave.) will be closed from 9:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day until Friday, August 7th, as well as the westbound turn lane of Atlantic Ave.

MOT will be in place directing all vehicular and pedestrian traffic via detour signs, flagmen, and law enforcement at both intersections at Atlantic Ave. and NE 1st St. In the event that this process causes road damage, the eastern lane of Federal Hwy. will remain closed until the completion of repairs, as well as the sidewalk under the covered walkway. The sidewalk on the west side of Federal Hwy. will remain open.

In addition, this will generate noise and some vibration. We will have engineers monitoring the removal and be setting seismic monitors across from the project in front of Just Hearts and the Colony Hotel along Federal Hwy. and in front of the Blue Gallery and Hawkers on Atlantic Ave. to monitor vibrations.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause and will return everything back to normal as quickly as possible.

Swinton Ave. Resurfacing Project

Tuesday, April 14, 2020 - 12:10pm

Swinton Ave. Resurfacing Project in Delray Beach begins contract time this Tuesday, Apr. 14, 2020. No lane closures are expected through this first week, as the contractor will be focusing on installing signage, mobilizing equipment and prepping to begin work activities.

 

Swinton Avenue Resurfacing Project

Description: This 1.5-mile roadway improvements project is expected to begin Tuesday, Apr. 14, 2020, in the city of Delray Beach. Work includes milling and resurfacing, adding 5-foot wide sidewalk on the west side of the roadway from S 10th Street to S 3rd Street, drainage, signage and pavement marking upgrades including roadway striping for shared use travel lanes, and minor signalization improvements to existing equipment.

Cost/Completion: $1.4 million. Completion is expected in early 2021.

Traffic Impact:

·       All lanes are open. Please see project info flyer attached. For more information, please contact Community Outreach Specialist Meredith Cruz at 561-641-6440.

DELRAY BEACH MARKET-03.20.2020 Update

Wednesday, April 1, 2020 - 12:57pm

DELRAY BEACH MARKET-03.20.2020 Update

#33 SE 3RD Avenue

Delray Beach

 

We would like to take this opportunity to inform you that we will be commencing our concrete shell

construction activities at the above referenced project on April 13, 2020 until November 20, 2020. There

are closures that will happen along SE 3rd Ave. See attached document to show the exact dates when

the MOT will be happening so you can plan accordingly.

All of our construction related activities are scheduled to take place between 7:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M.

on weekdays and occasionally on Saturday. We intend to keep noise down to a minimum, take measures

to control dust, and coordinate the movement of vehicles to minimize traffic interruptions for the

neighborhood.

 

We would like to extend our appreciation for your patience and we understand that there will be

inconveniences to you during this construction process and we will do our best to minimize the impact

of the project for you, your family and your property.

 

If you have any concerns that you would like addressed, please contact us at

DBMConstructionInfo@gmail.com and we will be glad to help in any way possible.

 

Thank you,

KAST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, LLC

Christian Rivera

 

MOT Dates:

1. March 25 thru March 26, 2020: 48 hr. single lane closure for crane rig

disassembly. See attachment A.

2. April 13 thru November 20, 2020: Concrete shell structure construction. See

attachment B.

3. April 27 & 28, 2020: 48 hr. SE 3rd Ave full closure for erection of tower

crane. See attachment C.

See attached MOT plan A, B & C for the construction of the concrete shell

structure.

UPDATE: THE RAY Construction

Wednesday, January 15, 2020 - 10:49am

We would like to take this opportunity to address the 4 A.M. start time on January 03, 2020. The reasons for the early morning concrete pours are to minimize traffic congestion during the day and to allow sufficient time for not only the concrete pours, but the finishing required after the pours. Additionally, we wanted to mitigate our impact to the adjacent restaurants. We recognize that it was louder than anticipated and it caused a disruption to you, the residents. We apologize.

Going forward we have adjusted our schedule for the remaining extended pours to 6 am, Prior to each extended pour, we will send out notices at least three days in advance to advise you of the extended hours.

The next extended pour is scheduled for Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6 AM to 8 PM.

We would like to extend our appreciation for your patience. We understand the inconveniences to you during this construction process and we will do our best to minimize the impact of the project for you, your family and your property.

If you have any concerns or questions that you would like addressed, please contact us at RayConstructionInfo@mosscm.com and we will be glad to help in any way possible.