A redevelopment plan known as Midtown Delray and Swinton Commons is back before city boards.
The project, which did not receive support it needed to move forward last year, has been revised.
Delray Beach-based Hudson Holdings representatives said there have been three major changes made to the project.
Now, there is no boutique hotel, a three-story building within the project is now two-stories and one building has been removed from the project. The hotel is now proposed to be condo units.
A presentation on the new plans was given to the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency board last month. The board reviews plans but does not formally vote on them.
The city’s historic preservation board voted against the new plans on Dec. 19.