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WEST PALM BEACH — Construction has begun on The Grand, an eight-story building in West Palm Beach's Northwest neighborhood that will offer hundreds of below-market rental units at a time when high-priced, luxury condominiums and homes are sprouting up all across Palm Beach County.

The $81 million building, located between Second and Third streets along Rosemary Avenue, is expected to be completed in spring 2023. It will have 301 apartments and eight townhomes, with commercial space on the ground floor.

Two-thirds of the rental units — 206 in total — will be offered at below-market rents through the city's workforce housing program, which aims to provide affordable housing for middle-income workers who

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1116 Marine Way W C4R, North Palm Beach - Prime Location with Private Boat Lift

4 BR | 3.1 BA | 3,007 SQFT | $1,395,000


Private Boat Slip included! Prime location in coveted Harbor Village. Completely remodeled Penthouse unit that comes with a boat slip,#13 that accommodates up to 40 Ft boat...Totally renovated including Hurricane impact windows and enclosed porch, Gourmet kitchen with granite countertops & high-end cabinets and stainless steel appliances.


 
With generous sized bedrooms and baths. Large outdoor balcony overlooking wide marina. 3 bedrooms on the main floor with a bonus loft and upstairs bedroom. Fantastic high end finishes! 

Contact Laurie Nugent at 561.254.0520 or lnugent@sutterandnugent.com for any of your real estate

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Kyle Retamar: Your Boca Raton Specialist & More!

561.400.6673 | kyle@sutterandnugent.com 

"Born in Boca Raton, Florida - Kyle has a wealth of knowledge in the South Florida Real Estate Market.  He obtained his license while still in college pursuing a degree that focuses in Finance and Real Estate. His favorite part of real estate is showing a client a property for the first time. In his spare time Kyle likes to give back to the community though volunteering.  He has participated in the Caddy for a Cure Charity Golf Tournament For the past two years along with 4Ocean Beach Clean-ups and the End Alzheimer’s walk in Mizner Park.  He is very driven and detailed oriented which will make finding your dream home a breeze."

Q & A with Kyle

Q:

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Wall Street South Builds Its Own New York to Lure Younger Crowd

Clematis Street, known for its bars and restaurants, is seeing an influx of young professionals in West Palm Beach. (Photographer: Eva Marie Uzcategui/Bloomberg)

As Goldman Sachs and other big firms move in, developers plan a Manhattan-style makeover to Florida’s West Palm Beach.

By: Amanda Gordon, Sridhar Natarajan, & Natalie Wong

The old Wall Street has Harry’s, the venerable watering-hole that feted power-brokers of American finance. Now the striving new Wall Street — the one in Florida — is getting a Harry’s too.

The original Harry’s, on Hanover Square, in lower Manhattan, was surrounded in its heyday by now-faded names like Kidder Peabody, Dillon Read and

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Top Things to do in South Florida: Local Art, Great Plays, Live Music & Some High-Flyin' Action

1. SEE: "Tropical Light," exhibition by Ellen Negley, Palm Beach Gardens Tennis & Pickleball Center

Working in bold, sometimes unpredictable, watercolor, Negley is captivated by tropical foliage, especially palm trees, and loves to include people in her works.

Viewing times for the exhibition are 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday through Nov. 2. 5110 117th Court N., Palm Beach Gardens. Information: 561-630-1116; www.pbgrec.com/gardensart


2. GET PERSPECTIVE: 
"Women in the Visual Arts" and "Art by Aboriginal People" exhibitions, Lighthouse Art Center

"Women in the Visual Arts"

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Celebrity Kevin Smith's pop-up restaurant Mooby's is now open in Delray Beach


Got a taste for a Cow Tipper Burger or maybe some Hater Totz?

Who doesn't? But, unless you're a fictional character in one of Kevin Smith's movies you're out of luck -- or are you?

Snoochie boochies, Mooby's is real!

No, you haven't had too much of the sacred herb that Jay and Silent Bob regularly enjoy, Mooby's restaurant IS real and it's now open in Delray Beach.


How to get the 'fake fast food' at Kevin Smith's Mooby's

In honor of "Clerks III," writer, director and actor Kevin Smith brings his cult classic burger joint Mooby’s to South Florida. This all-ages, traveling pop-up experience is taking over the Tin Roof restaurant in Delray Beach from 11 a.m. to 8

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221 Bamboo Road, Palm Beach Shores - Singer Island Home Under Contract

4 BR | 3 BA | 2,2SQ FT | $1,189,000



You are not going to want to miss out on this beautifully redone 4 bedroom 3 bath that is only steps from the beach! Upon entering the home you can feel the coastal vibes of living in one of the most desirable seaside communities. This close knit community neighbors the beautiful Singer Island. This single story home features an open floor concept with an oversized kitchen. The master suite has a spacious walk in closet and a one a kind his and her walk in shower. The exterior of the home provides the perfect space for entertaining.


Sit back and enjoy the pool while surrounded by plush landscaping and travertine pavers throughout. There

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Thalia Arellano: Your Palm Beach County Specialist & More 

561.876.3393 | tarellano@sutterandnugent.com

"Thalia Arellano was born and raised in West Palm Beach, Florida. Being a native of the city gives her first hand experience within South Florida’s fast growing market. At age 23 she made her own personal investments and participated in numerous rehab projects. Her hands on experience has become an indispensable tool when it comes to helping homeowners and investors in search of their Real Estate needs. Being bilingual helps her communicate with Spanish speaking clients, along with having three years of Forbes Certified Five Star customer service training she has perfected clear and consistent methods of helping her clients meet their home

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Many of you have enjoyed state parks across Florida. You might know that they are legacies of the Great Depression.


We’ve talked about the Works Progress Administration program that led to the WPA Guide to Florida. At the same time, the Civilian Conservation Corps, a New Deal effort to put millions of people back to work, was busy in Florida as well.

From 1933 to 1943, the CCC employed more than 49,000 people in Florida alone. Most of the veterans are gone now, but when I wrote about the project in April 1988, officials estimated Florida had some 200,000 CCC veterans who had worked across the country as youths.

The CCC planted forests, built bridges and dams, fought fires and assisted in array or federal projects. One of its cornerstones was the

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Italian Eatery Turnover: Prezzo Restaurant to Open in Former Scusi Space in Palm Beach Gardens

The iconic, 90s-era Italian restaurant, which was brought back to life in Boca Raton four years ago, plans a PGA Commons debut.

First, the bad news: Scusi, the PGA Boulevard trattoria opened by star chef Laurent Tourondel in late 2019, has permanently closed. The good news? Prezzo, the iconic 90s-era Italian restaurant revived in Boca Raton four years ago by restaurateur Burt Rapoport, will take over the space.

Prezzo is expected to open this fall at the PGA Commons plaza in the space that housed Vic and Angelo’s for 14 years before it welcomed Scusi.

“We’re hoping for mid-November. It’s going to be a quick turnaround,” Prezzo's managing partner

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