Want to sip and stroll as you shop for groceries? Come next summer, you can.
Lucky’s Market, where guests are invited to grab a pint of beer or a glass of wine before they shop, will soon be opening its first Palm Beach County store. The business will be one of the anchor stores at Uptown Boca Raton, breaking ground this month, and will be joined by Silverspot Cinema, Chick-fil-A, BankUnited and other businesses.
Uptown Boca Raton, a 38-acre, $200 million space on Glades Road east of 441, is expected to be complete in summer 2019. But the plaza will not only be for retail space—456 multi-family luxury apartments are in the works as well for completion in early 2020.
Other businesses in the immediate area include Bed Bath & Beyond, Regal Cinemas, Home Depot, DSW, Dick’s, Bank of America, Publix and more.
Lucky’s Market is located in 11 states with a growing presence in Florida—locations includes Coral Springs, Plantation, Oakland Park and others throughout the Sunshine State. Selling organic and natural foods, the casual market also has an apothecary, bakery, a kitchen with prepared food, beef market, and wine and beer tastings.
Uptown Boca Raton is a joint venture among Giles Capital Group, Rosemurgy Properties, Schmier Property Group and Wheelock Street Capital.
“We are pleased to close on the property and to have the opportunity to deliver to West Boca Raton a lifestyle and entertainment project that will serve as a much-needed destination for the local community,” said Brian Schmier, CEO, Schmier Property Group.
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