FLF Holdings and Crossroads Development Partners asked Jupiter officials to rezone part of their property for apartments, while Baptist Health South Florida could build a hospital on the remaining land.
The Town Council was scheduled to discuss the proposal from Crossroads 6106 LLC, a joint venture between local developer FLF Holdings and Crossroads Development Partners in Schaumburg, Illinois, on Sept. 19. While a vote for approval is not on the table at the meeting, the Town Council was expected to consider whether staff should continue working with the developers on the proposal for the 58.5-acre site at the northeast corner of Interstate 95 and Indiantown Road.
In 2018, the developer utilized a Bert Harris Property rights claim against the city – a method used when development applications were previously denied – to obtain approval for a hotel, restaurant, medical/research office, and daycare. No development took place at the time.
Now, Crossroads 6106 filed an application that seeks to amend the development agreement with the town to allow 520 apartments, with 20% of that workforce housing. The project would be called Santé Circle after the French word for health.
Josh Simon, managing partner of FLF Holdings, said his application doesn’t utilize the Live Local Act, so he needs a Town Council vote in favor of the project.