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Should GL Homes Be Permitted To Build 1000 Homes At 441 And Clint Moore Road?


We Are Asking For Your Feedback As Builder Again Seeks Permission From Palm Beach County Commissioners…

G.L. Homes wants to build 1000 homes on the land above, west of 441 just north of Clint Moore. The company owns the lands.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Should builder G.L. Homes be permitted to again build in the Agricultural Reserve, arguably decimating what little is left of the agricultural carveout that was never intended to become residential communities?

We are asking for your opinions as G.L. Homes is launching a campaign to convince Palm Beach County residents — and County Commissioners — that its plan is good.

The builder behind The Bridges, Seven Bridges, Boca Bridges, Dakota, Lotus, Valencia communities up and down Lyons Road, and more, wants to build 1000 homes on the farm land west of 441 in the area of Clint Moore Road. It’s been the subject of a back-and-forth with Palm Beach County Commissioners for quite some time. It’s again heating up. G.L. Homes owns the land under the name “GL Homes of Palm Beach Associates LTD.”

In exchange for permission to build, G.L. wants to build a reservoir in Loxahatchee — something that would traditionally be financed and built by a municipality, not a private builder. The reservoir would include pumping stations. The builder is prepared to make other concessions to the County as well — and wants to trade permission it has to build north of South Palm Beach County for the ability to break ground here. It is offering 100 acres for parks, and space for religious Jewish organizations. The plan does not appear to include new schools or roads in South Palm Beach County — two items desperately needed wherever G.L. erects new communities. An expansion project on Lyons Road — where thousands of G.L. Homes homeowners clog the street every day — has been ongoing for more than a year.

The plan for the property west of U.S. 441 in Boca Raton and South Delray Beach would include 1000 luxury homes, and nearly 300 “workforce” housing units.

G.L. Homes, which operates under several names including “Boynton Beach Associates,” “GL Building Corporation,” “Boca Raton Associates,” and “GL Homes of Palm Beach Associates,” is facing construction defect and other litigation in Palm Beach County Circuit Court.

What do you think about G.L.’s plan for the West Boca Raton/West Delray Beach land near Clint Moore and U.S. 441? Send us a note, below.

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