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Regional, state boards approve large West Palm project

Related Group, Huizenga family development now goes back to city for final vote

April 08, 2014 03:00PM

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Rendering of the six towers on North Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach (Credit: Arquitectonica)

Rendering of the six towers on North Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach (Credit: Arquitectonica)

Another round of approvals came in for the West Palm Beach condo complex proposed by the Related Group and Huizenga family.

Both regional and state boards that reviewed the proposal for six condo towers at Rybovich Marina had no major issues with the project, according to the Palm Beach Post. West Palm Beach commissioners gave an initial approval of the 14-acre development in February. A final vote is expected during the commission’s April 28 meeting.

Project plans include more than 1,000 condos, more than 15,000 square feet of restaurants, 61,500 square feet of office space, 10,000 square feet of retail space, a beach club, boat dock and six mega-yacht clips. Related and Huizenga Holdings claim the development would have an economic impact of $153 million and create nearly 1,000 jobs. [Palm Beach Post]Eric Kalis

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