Palm Beach’s main boulevard, Worth Avenue, has a plan to adopt a turn-of-the-century look — the turn of the 20th century. An architectural plan for the $14.1 million project seeks to recapture some of the glitz and glamour of the town’s early years, and would include several open parkland areas. Architect Mark Marsh said he’s approaching the project from a historical reference point focused on the 1920s and earlier.
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