The West Palm Beach City Commission rejected plans for the luxurious, 325-foot-tall Modern, a condominium complex planned for South Flagler Drive. The 3-2 vote was based on fears that it would usher in a slew of gigantic towers along the thoroughfare. New York-based Trinity Development sought to replace the hurricane-damaged 1515 Tower with a project nearly three times the existing building’s size. Its luxury units were to be about 7,000 square feet, with prices starting at $3 million.
Modern rejected in West Palm
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