Homeowners likely to welcome Dunkin', but new E-Cig store yards from Loggers Run Middle School may prove controversial.


Dunkin’ Donuts is set to open in West Boca in early 2016.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It may not seem like a major news event — the opening of a Dunkin’ Donuts — but if you are one of the thousands caffeine deprived homeowners who happens to live west of 441 between Glades and Palmetto Park Road, the news doesn’t get much bigger.

Dunkin’ Donuts — complete with a drive thru —  is set to open in the Shoppes Of Loggers Run — apparently in a new building to be built somewhere between 11379 and 11443 West Palmetto Park Road. That puts it somewhere between Packy’s Pub to the east and Walgreens to the west. Dunkin is expected to open in early 2016, with construction to start within the next few months.

The announcement, made by Rosenfeld Realty Advisors, also notes that “Purple Haze” will be opening in the center as well. Purple Haze is an electronic cigarette store, sure to generate controversy as the store will be roughly 100 yards from Loggers Run Middle School.

Other stores set to open in the strip: Gift N’ Ship, described as a shipping and gift store; LTD America Home Care, a home health care service agency; and Reflexology.



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