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CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH UNVEILS CITYWIDE PROJECTS LIST INFORMATION PORTAL
The list provides detailed information plus photos or renderings for each project. The projects, everything from high-rise buildings to plazas
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA (APRIL 2 ,2018)—To inform and update West Palm Beach residents, businesses and visitors of new projects in review by the City of West Palm Beach Development Services Department, the City has unveiled an online information portal-- which details the status of private building projects in our City--   on the City’s website.
 
The Citywide Projects List Information Portal includes more than 50 construction projects that have yet to begin, have been approved, are under construction, or have been recently completed. The list provides detailed information plus photos or renderings for each project. The projects, everything from high-rise buildings to plazas, include:
  • ‘Class A’ business;
  • Restaurants;
  • Retail;
  • Hotels and resorts;
  • And residential condominiums and apartments.
 
To visit the Citywide Projects List Information Portal, please visit:
http://wpbgis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Shortlist/index.html?appid=5d86c10d29764a7b808101c4ab8631b8
 
“With more than $2.7 billion in projects in the pipeline, West Palm Beach is undergoing an economic revival as a result of tremendous outside investment,” said West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio. “If you are interested in what is happening with these projects, you can now track them on the City’s website. We encourage everyone to take a look!”
 
The projects provide additional employment opportunities and will add to the City of West Palm Beach $12-billion tax base.
 
“The Development Services Department is hopeful that this will be a good resource for anyone curious to know what is happening in our great city,” said Development Services Director Rick Greene. “We are optimistic this will further our efforts in becoming an even more transparent organization.”
 
These citywide building projects are in addition to the 157 capital improvement projects totaling $230-million that are planned or under construction to enhance our City’s infrastructure and improve public spaces.