Developer Proposes Mixed-Use Project In Palm Beach County

Sep 07, 2020 No Comments by

A vacant property west of Lake Worth Beach could be developed into a mixed-use project.

An application was filed by landowners Palms West Professional Plaza LLC and Lake Worth Commercial Association for The Palm Beach County Zoning Commission to consider a new site plan and increase density for the 4.34-acre property near the northeast corner of Lake Worth Road and Nassau Road on Sept. 3. It’s behind the 7-Eleven at 7479 Lake Worth Road. Both entities are owned by Frank Kriger in Opa-Locka.

The plans call for 120,129 square feet of development, including a 94,251-square-foot self-storage facility in three stories, a 22,878-square-foot medical or dental office building in two stories, a 3,000-square-foot drive-thru restaurant, and 145 parking spaces.

WGI, which represents the developer in the application, couldn’t be reached for comment.

The property was previously zoned as an office condo, but no construction took place.


Source:  SFBJ



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