Developers Seek Approval for Delray Swan at 118 S.E. Second St., Delray Beach, Florida, 33444

Developers hope to get approval for a mixed-use project in Delray Beach, FL. The 2.36-acre site could soon be home to Delray Swan, a five-story complex that would comprise more than 304,000 square feet of new construction.

Upon completion, it would offer 165 apartments total––27 studios, 49 one-bedroom units, 75 two-bedroom units, and 14 three-bedroom apartments. They would range from about 550 square feet to 1,250 square feet each, with 20 percent (12 units) being set aside as workforce housing.

The build site measures 2.36 acres.

Communal amenities include a swimming pool, fitness center, children’s playground, and two civic open spaces, per the South Florida Business Journal. In addition to the housing units, Delray Swan would offer 2,975 square feet of commercial space and 324 parking spots.

Delray Swan Holding LLC, Delray Residences LLC, and Delray HMH LLC own the project. They’re all owned by Rosen Associates. Previously, they successfully led a rezoning application for 1.41 acres of the 2.36-acre plot in 2021.

The venture could unfold in Palm Beach County.

Attorney Neil Schiller represented the developer in its application, and MSA Architects designed the venture. Conceptual renderings show a mid-rise building with interior courtyards.

Delray Swan could be approved for 118 S.E. Second St., Delray Beach, Florida, 33444, in Palm Beach County.

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3 Comments on "Developers Seek Approval for Delray Swan at 118 S.E. Second St., Delray Beach, Florida, 33444"

  1. Joyce Salaycik | August 26, 2023 at 3:07 pm | Reply

    Palm Beach county Real Estate Mangers do NOT offer Workforce Apartments at the agreed rental rates. They ALL say that there is a special COVENANT in place that does not require them to adhere.

    What they offer is $300 off a $2,500 monthly lease which according to workforce guidelines should be $1,800.

    I wished the media would do an undercover investigation.

  2. This project would be a good improvement in the area.

  3. Finally, something more architecturally classical again! Also, the image showing a row of single-family homes in a yellow rectangle is the incorrect location.

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