BOCA RATON, FL (March 2, 2018) – The City of Boca Raton Office of Economic Development came together with The Park at Broken Sound to commemorate the addition of their new signage located throughout the park. A ribbon was cut to highlight the milestone of a major step in the Park’s rebranding efforts. The signage will mark the entrances to the Park’s 700-acre planned mobility commercial and residential center.
Jessica Del Vecchio, Economic Development Manager stated, “We spent the morning at The Park at Broken Sound. This beautiful 700-acre property has to be one of the best examples of a successful planned mobility district (PMD). Their new signage is just one example of how beautiful this PMD really is.”
The Park at Broken Sound is home to both large and small companies that include corporate headquarters, entrepreneurial start-ups, manufactures, warehouses and many others. In addition to business, the Park is also home to a number of restaurants, hotels, a day care center and veterinary clinic. The Park truly exemplifies the “Live, Work, Play” motto.
The Park at Broken Sound Board Member, Brian Schmier (Schmier and Feurring Properties) said, “On behalf of the Board, it is gratifying to see our ideas become reality and to complete another major step in the rebranding of The Park at Broken Sound. The Park continues to evolve and grow as a highly desirable location to live, work and play.”