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Seven Month Olive Avenue Improvement Project Begins.
Newest design includes public access to waterfront behind building.
The meeting is part of Mayor Muoio’s commitment to continue her “Open Access” policy.
New plans reduce size of project by 20%.
Commission gives developer until after the new year.
The latest unveiling and discussion of how to possibly redesign the Pioneer Plaza traffic circle is set for this Wednesday.
Mayor Muoio discussed various development opportunities in the city.
Within hours of submitting revised plans for the Chapel By The Lake property, the developer has asked to postpone the latest city commission vote on the project.
Developer requested the final vote be delayed until October 15th.
There are several renderings being used by news media that are not part of the official application submitted to the city. Below for viewing and downloading are the latest renderings from the developer that have been submitted to the city.
Review of City Building Codes Maintains Top ISO Rating.
“Clearly the word is out that West Palm Beach remains committed to improving how it does business,” said West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio.
Developers seeking approval for more than 100,000 additional square feet in response to overwhelming demand.
A 40 foot tall wall now separates neighbors from a plane engine used by a local business.
Mayor Muoio & Commissioner Robinson help break ground on a unique, new project along the city’s Antique Row.
Commissioners rejected the idea of freezing all construction activity on industrial properties across the city as a way to address noise complaints surrounding one single industrial business.
West Palm Beach’s New Process To Keep Traffic Flowing In The Face Of The Flagler Bridge Closure
Mayor Jeri Muoio and Commissioners Sylvia Moffett and Ike Robinson among those celebrating.
Thanks to our great Sponsors, registration has just been made free to all businesses, residents, students, teachers and volunteers of West Palm Beach! (West Palm Beach, FL) – The e4 Sustainability Summit is just around the corner- and we’ve partnered with the National Green Schools Network to bring national speakers and exhibitors to the PB […]
ADVISORY WHAT: DEMOLITION TO BEGIN AT PALM BEACH MALL WHEN: THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2013 @ 10 AM WHERE: PALM BEACH MALL – CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE OFF CONGRESS (West Palm Beach, FL) – The much anticipated demolition of the Palm Beach Mall will begin Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 10:00am. The demolition is expected to take approximately […]
Project expected to create 600 new jobs, and generate $43 million dollars in new tax revenue over 25 years. (West Palm Beach, FL) – A proposed new luxury resort hotel, spa and residential community has been overwhelmingly approved by the City of West Palm Beach Planning Board. The proposed project is for the area […]
LAND OF THE PRESIDENTS PROJECT FIRST TO RUN THROUGH CALCULATIONS August 31, 2012 The City of West Palm Beach has a new tool that calculates the real-world benefits created by adding development projects to city tax rolls. New development projects mean additional property tax revenue for the city. Yet it is often hard to […]
What: Flood Mitigation When: Thursday, March 8th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Where: City Center / Flagler Gallery – 401 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, Florida More workshop details can be found here
Area Surrounding the Building will be Off-limits to the Public (Wednesday, February 10, 2010) The City of West Palm Beach is proceeding with plans to monitor and assist with the implosion of the 1515 South Flagler condominium building. The implosion is scheduled for Sunday, February 14, 2010, at 9:00 a.m. The implosion is being performed […]
New Operating Hours Also Help Make City Department More Efficient (Wednesday, August 19, 2009) The City of West Palm Beach’s Department of Construction Services announced a new schedule today with the goal of improving customer service and making the department as efficient as possible. Due to a slowdown in business, the Department’s staff has been […]
(Monday, March 17, 2008) The City of West Palm Beach’s Construction Services Department has become the first such municipal department in the state of Florida, and only the fifth in the nation, to receive a prestigious honor from an industry group. The Construction Services Department has earned the Building Department Accreditation awarded by the International […]