An abandoned public housing complex in Palm Beach still awaits demolition, eight months after the city forced out its last families. The crumbling concrete Cherry Hill complex has been called the biggest challenge to redeveloping Boynton Beach. The city housing authority has called for developing a neighborhood of single-family homes similar in to the surrounding historic neighborhoods of Ridgewood and Boynton Hills.
Palm Beach complex still not demolished
|Dufry signs lease for future HQ at Prologis’ Beacon Lakes|
|Brightline owner’s proposal to build a new Miami-Dade courthouse lives on|
|Developers refinance 2500 Biscayne, sell ownership stakes|
|New renderings of Aston Martin Residences, Estates at Acqualina & more|
|Home sales, prices rose in all three SoFla counties in January: Florida Realtors|