Delray Beach city commissioners and Palm Beach County officials have decided on a redevelopment plan for a 25-acre county government complex along Congress Avenue. The project could cost the county as much as $50 million, and would include 370 residential units and a parking garage. The city wishes to revitalize the largely unused corridor with offices, housing and small businesses.
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