Business Commercial Program - Hallandale Beach
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Business Commercial Program

The Business Unit at the Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (HBCRA) works to bring a vibrant, innovative, local competitive economy in the Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Area (HBCRA) by creating an environment that promotes the retention, expansion and attraction of businesses and by incentivizing new commercial and mixed used developments in the area.

We work to improve the HBCRA’s overall business climate and market Hallandale Beach as an excellent location for business, shopping, dining and entertainment with the ultimate goal of positioning Hallandale Beach for sustainable, long-term economic vitality that enhances the quality of life of residents and strengthens the business environment.

Business Commercial Program - Hallandale Beach

The Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (HBCRA) wants you to improve the external visual appearance of your business by providing you with the economic meanings to do so!  This program is part of the HBCRA constant efforts to encourage revitalization and private sector capital investment in the Community Redevelopment Area.  Progress is happening here!

Business Incentive Loan Program

The Business Incentive Loan Program was established by the City of Hallandale Beach City Commission as a means to stimulate the local economy through business expansion, improvements, and  job creation.  Under this program the Hallandale Beach CRA provides loans at 0-3% APR for exterior rehabilitation, expansion and/or relocation costs.

The program offers assistance of up to $50,000 for business owners  currently leasing their storefront and up to $200,000 for commercial property owners. The loan will cover up to 80% of the total project cost. Awards are given on a first come, first serve basis, subject to Board approval.  The property must be located within the Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency district as outlined in the HBCRA Boundaries Map.