Boca’s Newest Homegrown Lifestyle Center Welcomes 7 New Tenants

Aug 26, 2019 No Comments by

Uptown Boca, the newest, homegrown lifestyle center coming to west Boca Raton, announced the addition of seven new tenants that will extend the project’s diversified ‘shop, dine, live’ experience and further establish Uptown Boca as the next neighborhood hotspot.

Lazy Dog Restaurant, Lynora’s Osteria, Olive U Mediterranean Grill, F45 Training, Sport Clips, Paradise Grills and Tipsy Salonbar will join existing tenants Lucky’s Market, Silverspot Cinema, Chick-fil-A, Bolay and BurgerFi.

Uptown Boca will feature approximately 155,000 square feet of upscale retail and 456 Class A luxury rental apartments.

The 38-acre project is being developed by Schmier Property Group, Giles Capital Group and Rosemurgy Properties in partnership with Wheelock Street Capital.  Uptown Boca is located at Glades Road and 95th Avenue South, just east of US441/SR7 in west Boca Raton.


“At the heart of Uptown Boca is the desire to create a vibrant local destination where people within the community will find their new favorite eateries, entertainment and nightlife as well as a carefully curated mix of new options for daily needs and services,” said Brian Schmier, CEO of Schmier Property Group.  “We’ve seen incredible interest on the leasing side, and so far we’ve accomplished our goal to bring some of the most highly sought after restaurants and retailers to west Boca. In the upcoming weeks and months we’ll announce some more key tenants that will really solidify the merchandising mix at Uptown Boca.  At that point we’ll be around 90% leased.”


“The walkability at Uptown Boca will be a huge benefit to our residents,” according to Rick Giles, President of Giles Capital Group. “Uptown Boca will be the first new Class-A Multifamily project in this community in the past 20 years.  The apartments will provide our residents with an unparalleled list of resort style amenities, plus the added benefit of being able to walk to an organic grocery, luxury cinema and a diverse mix of other restaurants, retailers and service providers.”





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