From The Gallery

Joycelyn Patrick, Chair
Charles "Chuck" Ridley, Vice-Chair
Peter Perri, Treasurer
Ann Stacey-Wright, Secretary
Alfred "Zack" Straghn
West Atlantic Business Owner
Patricia Wright, Promotions Co-Chair
Dorothy Ellington
Exec. Dir. - Delray Beach Housing Authority
Stephanie Immelman,
Exec. Dir. Delray Beach Marketing Coop.
Sheppard Gross
SEIU FPSU Delegate

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Uptown Atlantic Project
Mission Statement
20 North Swinton Avenue | Delray Beach | Florida 33444 | (561) 276-8640
(WARC) is a nonprofit organization that was created to advise the Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and The City of Delray Beach on redevelopment issues in the West Atlantic area. WARC was established as a 501(C)3 organization in 1996 as a result of a collaborative planning effort between the Delray Beach CRA, the City and the residents, property owners and businesses of the West Atlantic area. The West Atlantic Redevelopment Plan identified the need for a community based institution to represent the ongoing interest of the West Atlantic area. Over the past several years, the WARC Board has served to:
  • Help promote the West Atlantic area for redevelopment,
  • Advocate for the economic and sustainable growth of the surrounding communities, and
  • Liaison and advice the City and CRA on improvements and developments in the West Atlantic area.

WARC meetings are held the 1st Thursday of the each month at 6:30 pm in the Williams Cottage at 154 NW 5th Avenue (next door to the Spady Museum). The meetings are open to the public and we encourage your attendance and participation.
The Uptown Atlantic Project by Equity Enterprises USA is an example of community participation in the government process of redevelopment where everyone benefits from their efforts of planning for and producing a great project!  Click here for more information.

The mission of the West Atlantic Redevelopment Coalition (WARC) is to advance redevelopment to improve the economic, social and cultural future of the West Atlantic Community.