On December 9, 2004, the City Commission adopted the MainStreet Design Standards document, which establishes the vision for a mixed-use, downtown development in the center of Coconut Creek, bound by Wiles Road to the north, Lyons Road to the east, Sample Road to the south, and State Road 7 to the west. The document promotes the development of a pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use community, organized around substantial, centralized and contiguous recreational open space. Fundamental criteria includes:

  • Efficient development of land resources
  • Compact development with a variety of housing choices
  • Flexibility in use and design
  • Alternative transportation options
  • Green building techniques

In support of the City’s progressive environmental consciousness, the document requires all buildings to be “green and sustainable”, and be certified by the U.S. Green Building Council or the Florida Green Building Coalition, Inc.  This planning requirement showcases architecture that is based on function rather than style.

The City’s goal is to be the first City in the State and Country, to have a contiguous certified green building project. The Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association (FAPA) granted the "MainStreet Design Standards" an Award of Excellence in planning for the project’s innovation, transferability, quality, implementation, and comprehensiveness.

Contact

Jim Hetzel
Senior Planner - Sustainable City Coordination
Department of Sustainable Development

954-973-6756
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MainStreet Development Projects

Since the adoption of the MainStreet Design Standards, there have been two projects constructed in the area: The Promenade at Coconut Creek and Seminole Casino Coconut Creek expansion.  Below is a brief description.  Read more about current and proposed development projects here.

The Promenade

This open-aired lifestyle center was completed in 2008 and contains retail, restaurant, and office space.  The project received LEED Silver Certification in April 2009 and is the home to the City’s Annual CocoFest.  In March 2013, the City Commission approved a new movie theater on a vacant parcel The Promenade.  Silverspot Theaters will be coming to the City.  Website

 

Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

Expansion was completed in February 2012 with a new garage, outdoor retail plaza, and restaurants.  Future plans include a hotel, convention space, and an outdoor spa/pool area.  Website

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