West Palm condo project gets a curvier look

Time Equities got poor reviews for its original design of a 300-unit condo development

TRD MIAMI /
Apr.April 03, 2016 12:00 PM

The developer of a condo project in West Palm Beach replaced its boxy architecture with a curvier design.

New York-based Time Equities plans to build luxury condos, shops and two parks on 9.4 acres at 3111 South Dixie Highway, the location of Prospect Place, an office property.

Robert Singer, director of development for Time Equities, told the Palm Beach Post the new design of the development is “more residential and more interesting.”

Time Equities plans to build five 15-story condominium buildings with 60 units each, a total of 300.

Singer told the Post said the original design of the unnamed project, unveiled in November, resembled a lineup of office buildings and needed more “soul,” according to West Palm Beach residents and city officials.

Singer also told the Post that Time Equities plans to submit the revised design for a city review within the next several months. [Palm Beach Post] Mike Seemuth


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