Acknowledging that the best way to eliminate blight is to replace it with progress, West Palm Beach wants to build a community center in the historic, but struggling Northwest neighborhood just north of downtown.
At the “Seventh Street Square,” at the northwest corner of Seventh Street and Tamarind Avenue, people could find jobs, learn about incentives to start or bring in businesses, and take advantage of health-care assistance.
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