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Boynton Beach, Fla. -- Jacksonville, Fla.-based shopping center owner Regency Centers said it has completed the redevelopment of Boynton Lakes Plaza, a 117,124-sq.-ft. neighborhood center in Boynton Beach, Fla., which included the addition of a 45,000-sq.-ft. Publix.
The new grocery anchor relocated from an undersized store in a nearby center and is slated to open on June 9.
Boynton Lake Plaza’s redevelopment included the demolition of a former Winn-Dixie store and the construction of anchor and side shop space, new exterior facade and architectural components, parking lot improvements, upgraded lighting and landscaping.
As part of Regency’s Greengenuity program to reduce the environmental impact of developing and operating shopping centers, the project incorporated basic sustainable elements such as recycling building materials, installing heat-reflective roof material and employing environmentally friendly plumbing fixtures, paint and coatings.