Plans in Boca Raton that eight years ago envisioned a walkable, live-work-play district have stalled, and one of the one leading property owners is suing the city over a move to scale back the potential development.

The City Council voted earlier this year to adopt a small area plan in place of the planned mobility designation that was originally envisioned, according to a Palm Beach Circuit Court complaint filed by Crocker Partners LLC, a Boca Raton-based real estate investment and management firm.

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