Construction Begins On 4th And 5th Delray, A Mixed-Use Project Downtown

by Stephanie Cornwell Jul 12, 2017 11:04 AM

Construction Begins On 4th And 5th Delray, A Mixed-Use Project Downtown

Delray Beach has been explosive lately, and more development is on its way. 

Shopping, local parking and luxury can be expected at 4th and 5th Delray, a mixed-use project by iPic and Samuel & Associates that broke ground on July 5.

The destination will feature an iPic Theaters complex, which offers an affordable, yet luxurious movie-going experience. The 528-seat theater will debut premium plus seating pods and premium chaise lounges, guaranteeing comfort and class for your night out.

On the professional side, 4th and 5th Delray’s Class A office space, including iPic’s global headquarters, is expected to spur local economic development.

Shoppers should look forward to the 7,5000 square feet of retail space that will align the streets with new boutiques and retail opportunities.

The development will also include a six-level, 326-space garage adding 238 additional parking spaces. This parking lot will offer a rooftop green space, accessible to the public.

One of the most beneficial aspects of the project is the number of jobs being brought to the community. The theater, offices and retailers together will bring an estimated 421 jobs to the downtown area.

Currently, the local firm of Butters Construction & Development, serving as the general contractor for 4th and 5th Delray, has generated more than 400 temporary construction positions.

Photo courtesy of Samuels & Associates


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