Rendering of an office building at PGA Station in Palm Beach Gardens

BBX Capital and Stiles Corp. won city approval in Palm Beach Gardens for their revised plan to build office space, hotel rooms and a parking garage along PGA Boulevard east of Interstate 95.

The Palm Beach Gardens City Council last week approved a revised mixed-use plan for the developer’s 30-acre site that included an additional 100,000 square feet of development.

By 2020, BBX and Stiles plan to build almost 200,000 square feet of office space in multiple buildings and a 111-room, suite-style hotel. Brock Development is a partner in the hotel project.

Also included in their development, called PGA Station, is space for retailers such as dry cleaners and sandwich shops.

The 30-acre development site on the south side of PGA Boulevard east of I-95 is now occupied by a furniture plaza called the PGA Professional and Design Center.

BBX and Stiles, both based in Fort Lauderdale, would leave space on the east side of the PGA Boulevard site for a Tri-Rail station if the South Florida commuter rail service extends its service northward. The planned parking garage could be expanded by 199 spaces if Tri-Rail establishes a station on the site.

From The Real Deal Miami via source The Palm Beach Post authored by Mike Seemuth.