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Download Map  -  CRA Legal Description.

The CRA oversees redevelopment efforts within the general vicinity of the intersection between Sample Road and University Drive. The Community Redevelopment Area, which is also the Downtown covers approximately 136 acres of land. In addition to being a CRA, the Downtown also has a Local Activity Center Land Use, a Development of Regional Impact and a Downtown Mixed-Use Zoning District.

Master Plan Highlights: 

The City of Coral Springs Community Redevelopment Plan provides the framework for projects and activities intended to revitalize and improve conditions within the Community Redevelopment Area. The Plan divides the CRA into five distinct geographic sub-areas, each requiring a different redevelopment strategy. The plan outlines the redevelopment strategies and provides a description of the various projects and programs that are being implemented within each area. The first CRA Plan was adopted by the City Commission in 2002 and updated to its current version in 2014.

Download the current Master Plan.

Redevelopment strategy: 

  • Enhance connectivity
  • Create great public spaces for the public benefit
  • Maximize development potential with a mix of uses that activate the Downtown core based on market analysis
  • Emphasizing cultural and educational opportunities

Phase One

Downtown Core Highlights

  • Redevelop Financial Plaza
  • Municipal complex
  • Retail strategy and centralized management
  • Trolley
  • Parking strategy
  • Property acquisition for new streets

Educational Core Highlights

  • Redevelop Educational Core as P3
  • Relocate Charter School
  • Land lease
  • Residential, retail and office
  • Extend Art Walk
  • Higher ed

City Hall Redevelopment Highlights

  • Demo City Hall
  • Sell or lease land
  • P3 for residential town homes

N.E. Neighborhood District Highlights

  • Redevelop vacant parcels
  • Incentivize redevelopment
  • Mix of residential
  • Grocery
  • Multi-level structure with ground floor retail

Phase Two

Village Square Highlights

  • Redevelop Village Square
  • Provide adequate transitions to single family
  • Incentivize mixed-use development


Phase Three

West Sample Road Highlights

  • Widen sidewalks and reconfigure parking
  • Broward Complete Streets model
  • Long term infill redevelopment
  • Parking strategy