# 5911- Boynton Beach, FL
Wal-Mart is proposing to construct an approximately 93,000 SF retail store with grocery and pharmacy on approximately 9.3 acres at the intersection of Federal Highway and Gulfstream Boulevard in Boynton Beach. The project is a redevelopment of a vacant retail strip center. The new store will be less than half the size of the other Walmart in Boynton Beach and will have many enhanced features including:
- Pedestrian friendly connections to adjacent City sidewalks and the construction of new sidewalks along all three roads bordering the site
- Construction of a new bus shelter on Federal Highway
- Public art component in the form of a welcome to Boynton Beach sign/fountain/sculpture
- Preservation or relocation of over 65 existing trees on site
- Significantly enhanced landscaping and architecture so the store will compliment the surrounding community
Delray Beach – West
Walmart is proud of the remodeled store on Military Trail in Delray Beach. The renovation added approximately 3,000 square feet to the existing store including a larger grocery offering and replacement of the pharmacy and photo lab with updated areas. The store interior has been completely renovated to include new flooring, painting, and replacing of ceiling tiles along with enhanced landscaping and lighting outside that exceeds the city code. Walmart also reconstructed the entire parking lot, including new curbs and gutters, striping, and asphalt overlay to make it easier for shoppers to access the store.
#1398 – Lake Worth
Walmart is excited to announce an expansion of the current store on Hypoluxo Road in Lake Worth. In an effort to continue our pledge to help our customers “Save Money and Live Better”, the expansion will provide a full grocery offering along with architectural and parking lot upgrades. Some of these upgrades include façade improvements new pedestrian walkways with brick pavers, benches, and trellises, and improved landscaping and lighting in the parking lot. Currently, the County is reviewing the proposal.
Walmart is known for giving back to the communities it serves by donating to local non-profit organizations which make significant and lasting impacts on those in the most need. As we do with all of our store communities, Walmart makes it our business to support Palm Beach County organizations that provide a critical safety net for those in need.
In 2009 Walmart stores in Palm Beach County donated nearly $400,000 to local not for profit and community organizations.