The City of Deerfield Beach has partnered with the Urban Land Institute (ULI) of Southeast Florida Technical Advisory Panel (TAP) to study and make recommendations for the redevelopment of the Deerfield Beach Central City Area.
The 3.5 mile study area (see below) includes the Dixie Highway corridor from the city line south to Sample Road and the Alwood Homes Neighborhood and is comprised of distinct areas requiring different redevelopment strategies to maximize its potential.
The recommendations of the Technical Assistance Panel will driven by seeking to answer a series of questions focused on Central City and Dixie Highway redevelopment feasibility. Click here to see those questions.
Over the course of two days, the ULI TAP sought feedback from the community’s local leaders and residents, toured the Study Area, and formulated recommendations to address identified obstacles to redevelopment and the unique character and potential of the area.
The report can be found below:
On April 22nd, 2021 the City invited residents and property owners to a Special Commission Workshop to learn about the findings from the study conducted by the Urban Land Institute’s Technical Assistance Panel (ULI-TAP) for the redevelopment of the Central City Area. Over 90 people joined the session whether in person or virtually, provided valuable input and expressed their concerns.
The presentation can be found here: ULI TAP Report Presentation