TOMORROW VIA YESTERDAY

Atlantic Avenue narrows when it reaches Swinton Avenue, giving way to a tree-lined arch that forms a gateway to downtown Delray Beach.

On the southwest corner of this intersection is Sundy Village, where business, shopping, dining, and living seamlessly fuse with both past and present resulting in a signature landmark as unique as Delray Beach itself.

Sundy Village offers a lifestyle that celebrates the sun-drenched tropics with open-air garden walkways and inviting public spaces. Luxury offices and new structures are designed with aesthetic touches inspired by the historic homes on-site, each carefully preserved and restored for their second century of usage. A place for families, friends and more to eat, stroll, and work. Sundy Village embodies the very essence of Delray’s history and its intimate “village by the sea” charm.

Moving Delray Beach Forward with Care

DELRAY THE RIGHT WAY

Rather than moving forward with the previously-approved site plan secured by the previous developer, property owner Pebb Capital spent more than a year on development plan revisions and securing new approvals to ensure that important historical preservation and environmental goals were met for Sundy Village.

PRESERVATION PLANNING

Pebb Capital’s revised site plan includes detailed planning to minimally disrupt the historical structures on site by leaving the buildings in their current location or moving them to nearby locations, where they will not be impacted by construction. Around the clock maintenance and security have been implemented to ensure the structures are preserved and protected.

LIVING WITH HISTORY

Care has been taken to preserve the site’s history, while revitalizing it for visitors of today and tomorrow. The name was changed from the original developer’s “Midtown Delray,” and the building facades were modified to incorporate the look of Cathcart House, the oldest home in Delray (and one of the structures on site that will not be moved). Other plans include re-creating the historic Sundy House windmill and setting up kiosks to educate visitors of the site’s history.

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP

When overgrown or unhealthy trees and shrubs needed to be cleared from the site, Pebb Capital partnered with Community Greening, an urban forestry non-profit based in Delray Beach, to spearhead the environmental footprint. The focus was to sustainably relocate and replant viable healthy trees in the local community. Pebb Capital has contributed approximately $140,000 to the Delray Beach Tree Trust to support increased canopy in the city and has planted 217 new trees locally for the long-term sustainability of the local landscape.

COMMUNITY FOCUSED

Pebb Capital is a proud member of the Delray Beach Historical Society, the Downtown Development Authority, and the Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce.

EXPANDING DOWNTOWN

Sundy Village is designed to mesh perfectly with the fabric of downtown Delray Beach through a rare mix of historical landmarks and contemporary commercial spaces, while adding 269 new subterranean parking spaces.

DELRAY THE RIGHT WAY

Rather than moving forward with the previously-approved site plan secured by the previous developer, property owner Pebb Capital spent more than a year on development plan revisions and securing new approvals to ensure that important historical preservation and environmental goals were met for Sundy Village.

PRESERVATION PLANNING

Pebb Capital’s revised site plan includes detailed planning to minimally disrupt the historical structures on site by leaving the buildings in their current location or moving them to nearby locations, where they will not be impacted by construction. Around the clock maintenance and security have been implemented to ensure the structures are preserved and protected.

LIVING HISTORY

Care has been taken to preserve the site’s history, while revitalizing it for visitors of today and tomorrow. The name was changed from the original developer’s “Midtown Delray,” and the building facades were modified to incorporate the look of Cathcart House, the oldest home in Delray (and one of the structures on site that will not be moved). Other plans include re-creating the historic Sundy House windmill and setting up kiosks to educate visitors of the site’s history.

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP

When overgrown or unhealthy trees and shrubs needed to be cleared from the site, Pebb Capital partnered with Community Greening, an urban forestry non-profit based in Delray Beach, to spearhead the environmental footprint. The focus was to sustainably relocate and replant viable healthy trees in the local community. Pebb Capital has contributed approximately $140,000 to the Delray Beach Tree Trust to support increased canopy in the city and has planted 217 new trees locally for the long-term sustainability of the local landscape.

COMMUNITY FOCUSED

Pebb Capital is a proud member of the Delray Beach Historical Society, the Downtown Development Authority, and the Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce.

EXPANDING DOWNTOWN

Sundy Village is designed to mesh perfectly with the fabric of downtown Delray Beach through a rare mix of historical landmarks and contemporary commercial spaces, while adding 269 new subterranean parking spaces.

DEVELOPERS' STATEMENT

As developers of Sundy Village, Pebb Capital is delighted by the community’s robust interest in the project. Like so many, we recognize the need to revitalize the property, and usher it properly into Downtown Delray’s vibrant tapestry.

This is why we have spent well over a year carefully revising the original, approved site plan (created by the prior developer), which we believe did not go far enough to preserve the site’s historical elements, and design the property to its optimum and historically relevant aesthetic.

We’ve taken a more challenging, but worthwhile approach in our development, seeking to avoid moving historic structures wherever possible, while paying homage to their architecture.

The founders of Pebb Capital have a long history of development in the Delray Beach and Boca Raton area. A multi-generational, family-owned business, Pebb Capital’s first projects involved developing Delray Beach commercial properties more than 50 years ago. Not only is this project significant for the local community, but it is a very special undertaking for the family and its deep local roots.

ARCHITECTS

Gensler is a global design and architecture firm. Organized into 16 diverse practice areas covering a broad spectrum of industry sectors, Gensler delivers a range of project types for clients around the world. In 2017, Gensler generated $1.197 billion in revenue, the most of any architecture firm in the United States.

The firm specializes in planning, design and delivery solutions for buildings and communities. We offer a diverse team with significant experience in office, industrial, retail, residential, mixed-use, education and interior architecture. RLC has received numerous awards for design excellence from the American Institute of Architects.

CONSTRUCTION MANAGER

Founded and based in Palm Beach County, KAST has grown to be the county’s largest construction management/general contracting firm with an unparalleled reputation for quality, safety and customer satisfaction. KAST’s range of services includes preconstruction services, value engineering, BIM modeling, management of LEED requirements, and turnkey construction services for projects of any size. Since 2005 KAST has built a portfolio in several market sectors, including multi-family, hospitality, condominium, municipal, education, office assisted living, medical, country club and retail.

Community Involvement

We are proud to be members and partners of these and other civic organizations.

Toward a thriving Delray Beach business landscape

Intelligently growing and sustaining downtown Delray

Committed to preserving the rich history of Delray Beach

A collective effort to improve our environment for people and nature

Development Plan Revisions 2018 vs. Now

The original site plan from the previous developer was fully approved by the City of Delray Beach when Pebb Capital acquired the property in 2019. The following changes were made:

The subterranean garage footprint has been modified so that the foundations of renovated historic structures will no longer rest on top of it.
The final location of Building D, which is one of the historic homes, has been adjusted to Swinton Avenue on the Sundy House block to extend the South Swinton village and provide the historic neighborhood a better synergy for the public. 
The name of the project was changed from Midtown Delray to Sundy Village to honor the historical aspect of the project.
The plan no longer calls for all of the historic structures to be moved.
The new architectural elevations have been inspired by the historic Cathcart House. The design incorporates many of its features including its railings and roofs.

LOCATION

STARTING AT 52 W ATLANTIC AVE, DELRAY BEACH, FL 33444

Answers to Your Questions

We are thrilled to see the interest from the community in Sundy Village. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions we’ve received.

We anticipate to break ground in Q4 of 2021.

Delivery is slated for mid-2023.

The original site plans called for the structures to be temporarily moved and stored offsite for more than a year during construction. Pebb Capital was concerned that, by doing so, it would cause potential damage to the homes. The revised site plan now requires the structures to be moved only once, while two of the homes, including the Cathcart House will not be moved at all. All structures will remain on-site and be carefully protected throughout the development process. The structures will sit on permanent foundations rather than on top of the garage. All homes will be restored and finished to the highest standards for sustainability.

The project was originally named “Midtown Delray,” by its previous owner, but we felt that the name did not sufficiently represent the property’s historic significance; thus, it was changed, along with various components of the original site plan. It is now named after Sundy House, one of Delray Beach’s oldest structures, which was built in 1902 by the city’s first Mayor, John Sundy. Sundy House sits adjacent to the property, and once served as Delray’s first bank, church, and schoolhouse.

Certain trees needed to be cleared from the site to allow for the development and the historic homes to safely exist. To offset this environmental impact, Pebb Capital partnered with local non-profit Community Greening on an initiative to relocate and plant 217 new trees in local areas that need it most. New trees and additional greenery will also be planted at Sundy Village during the landscaping phase. Pebb Capital has now provided more canopy for Delray than it had before and healthier trees for the city.

Pebb Capital purchased the property in November 2019 and initiated its own research to determine which parts of the original plans (approved in 2018) were viable. Since the project is of great importance to Pebb Capital, the plans were revised, which required new approvals from the City. The COVID-19 pandemic slowed this process, resulting in an extended development timeline. However, we are back in front of the city with our amended plans and hope to have approvals by this Summer.

These properties are being reserved for future development by Pebb Capital. In the interim, the properties will be used for parking and staging for construction so we don’t disturb the streets of Delray while we are under construction for the first phase of development on block 61.

The Sundy Village site plan incorporates a subterranean parking garage with an additional 269 parking spaces. Loading zones will be situated on SW 1st Avenue to avoid congestion on Atlantic Avenue.

We are still finalizing leases with new commercial tenants. Finalized tenants will be announced later in the development process.

We will not move Sundy House. However, it too will be improved and renovated with extreme care like the rest of the historic homes.

SUNDY VILLAGE

Features

The property will feature an exceptional collection of high-end restaurants, retail, entertainment, and hospitality options.

Six homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places will be preserved throughout the development process. This includes the Sundy House, one of the oldest houses in Delray Beach that currently serves as a restaurant, boutique inn and botanical garden, in addition to The Rectory and the Cathcart house.

7,000 square feet of retail within the six historical homes.

96,000 square feet of ‘Class A’ office space, with diverse layout plans, spanning eight buildings. Amenities include an exclusive tenant café & bar, as well as conferencing facilities.

26,000 square feet of premium food and beverage space on the ground floor to promote all-day foot traffic, in addition to serving onsite office tenants.

An underground parking garage spanning a full block, located in close proximity to I-95.

Three-acre campus-style layout with open-air courtyards, walkways, event space and dining and seating areas.

LATEST NEWS

Press Statement

Our vision for Sundy Village honors and preserves the historical elements of the property, while paving the path for a transformative community destination. In accordance with the project’s city-approved site plan from February 2018, we are maintaining hundreds of trees, some of which are being temporarily relocated during construction to ensure they remain healthy. The City of Delray Beach worked with us to save as many trees as possible, while those identified by the City as no longer viable are being removed. Pebb Capital also donated $140,000 to the Delray Beach Tree Trust Fund toward remediation of the tree removal process and help increase the city’s overall canopy. We look forward to incorporating significant foliage throughout the property to promote green spaces and natural shade.

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