The mayor’s office in Palm Beach has received numerous calls protesting the plan to sell the island’s main post office, at 95 N. County Road. The property in January was assessed at $4.93 million; the 1.5-story Mediterranean Revival-style post office was built in 1936. Bill Yahn, regional senior vice president of Corcoran for South Florida, suggested banks, stock brokerages or law firms might show interest in the prime location.
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