The Boca Raton Housing Authority has partnered with Atlantic Pacific to build a new 95-unit complex in Palm Beach County. The venture involves demolishing Dixie Manor, a multi-family housing development––also featuring 95 units.
Erected during World War II, the application notes the complex is “in dire need of replacement.” The two-story building is in a prime location, located within walking distance of Mizner Park.
The new development, christened “the Residences of Martin Manor,” would offer one-bedroom to four-bedroom units, measuring 630 square feet to 1,324 square feet each. These will be at-market-rate homes. In the future, the developer could add affordable housing units on the 10-acre parcel’s south side.
Per Boca Magazine, the Residences at Martin Manor can only offer 95 units, per the county’s limit. In the future, the complex could grow to offer 180 units after the first phase finishes construction.
The South Florida Business Journal reports that amenities include an 8,000-square-foot childcare center, 116 parking spots, and a 5,000-square-foot clubhouse. Atlantic Pacific has partnered with Forum Architecture & Interior Design.
Our sources don’t show any conceptual renderings at this time. The Residence at Martin Manor’s address could be 1350 N. Dixie Highway, Boca Raton, Florida, 33432, in Palm Beach County.