Office Developers Seek Approval For West Palm Beach Project

Written by on May 13, 2019 in News - No comments
West Palm Beach Sunset at Waterway from Flager Museum

A former educational building in West Palm Beach could be converted into an office building and expanded, with a second office constructed next door.

On May 6, the City Commission heard a first reading for the site plan for 2400 Metrocentre Blvd. by TAM-CAT 45th ST LLC, managed by developers Daniel S. Catalfumo and Richard Tambone. The 4-acre property currently has a 26,959-square-foot office building constructed in 1992. It is now vacant.

In 2018, the developers filed plans to build a self-storage facility on the site. That plan has since been amended to the current proposal, in which all new construction would be office space.

The existing building, where a culinary institute previously operated, would be converted into traditional office space and expanded by 35,085 square feet. The developer would also build a two-story, 20,000-square-foot office building on the northeast corner of the site.

The project would have 246 parking spaces.

City staff recommended approval of the site plan, however, it must be approved on second reading at a later date.


Source:  SFBJ

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