Developer Navarro Lowrey Plans $145M Project At Former WPB City Hall Site

Mar 28, 2018 No Comments by

The City of West Palm Beach has closed the sale of its former city hall site to Navarro Lowrey, which plans to build a $145 million project downtown.

The $11.5 million sale of the 3.5-acre site at 200 Second Street was approved by the city commission in 2016 and, now that the design of the project has been approved, Mayor Jeri Muoio executed the deal on March 28. The city’s community redevelopment agency demolished the former city hall building in February.

Led by Frank Navarro, West Palm Beach-based Navarro Lowrey has approval for a 435,000-square-foot project, which would include a 208-room Marriott Autograph Collection hotel, 251 live/work apartment units, 20,234 square feet of retail, 6,000 to 7,000 square feet of waterfront restaurant space, a 483-space parking garage, and a public park.

The developer expects to break ground by the end of 2018 and complete the project in 2019.

 

Source:  SFBJ

 

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