At least one unit owner at the 210-unit Whitney in downtown West Palm Beach said things at the condominium building have improved since a vulture investor bought the building’s 140 unsold units seven weeks ago. The investors have opened a rental office and rented 30 of the units so far. Most of the buyers at the 410 Evernia Street building have been young professionals, including lawyers, consultants and an artist, unit owner Barry O’Brien said.
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