The plan for Sundy Village is deeply informed by the culture of Delray Beach. It embraces and celebrates the city’s history, moving it into the present to perfectly capture the charmingly quaint character for generations to come.
Six homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places will be preserved and restored throughout the development process. This includes The Rectory, which was built in 1900, and is one of the oldest homes in Delray Beach.
Also included are the landmarks Sundy House and Cathcart House, both built in 1902 by J.R. Leatherman. Sundy House was home to Delray Beach’s first mayor, John Sundy. The house, which currently serves as a restaurant, event space, boutique inn and botanical garden, was the family’s residence for over 80 years.
Cathcart House was completed a few months after Sundy House. This iconic building, with its distinctive wraparound veranda, was the inspiration behind Sundy Village’s design.
Sundy Village incorporates about 26,000 square feet of retail space, and over 96,000 square feet of office space in a variety of configurations.
Retail opportunities abound at Sundy Village, with high-traffic ground floor spaces suitable for restaurants, boutiques, gyms, and other businesses to serve
downtown foot traffic and on-site office staff.
Sundy Village provides prime real estate for businesses of various sizes looking to make their home in beautiful, bustling downtown Delray Beach. The site features a variety of configurable floor plans, underground parking, and more.