Construction Boom Soon to Hit Palm Beach County

Biz Journal’s Brian Bandell reports that two residential projects and one commercial venture are up for review with the Palm Beach County planning and zoning board. The largest proposal has a 37-acre site at the northeast corner of Lake Worth Road and Lyons Road being rezoned for 184 homes. The Diocese of Palm Beach, Herbert F Kahlert, and Lyons Petroleum currently own the four parcels comprising the site. A lone gas station is the only structure currently occupying the space.

Approval for a 75,280-square-foot retail complex and 3,820-square-foot financial building has already been secured. The current application indicates that the developer hopes to take advantage of the current residential market conditions and wishes to increase the allowable residential density from two units per acre to five.

The Miami Beach-based Woodwind 2007 LLC, managed by Grant T. Cardone, filed an application to expand the Wellington Club apartment complex. They will construct two additional buildings of 24 units apiece on the last vacant part of the community’s lot. The community already has 202 units, a clubhouse, and a daycare center on its 36.3 acre property.

The Hardail Sibia-managed HDRS LLC, based in Boca Raton, seeks to construct a commercial project at Woolbright Road, slightly west of Jog Road. HRDS has proposed 20,00 square feet of medical office space and 19,530 square feet of general commercial space. They acquired the 3.6 acres out of foreclosure in 2013, for $1.14 million. Ths project will join the two other medical facilities Sibia owns in the area.

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