A developer hoping for city approval for a twin-tower, waterfront condo project at the Chapel by the Lake site is offering the city a stretch of adjacent submerged land for elevated walkways and small islands.
The inducement comes just before Monday’s long-anticipated vote on the project at 1112 S. Flagler Drive, which has been alternately hailed as a nice addition to the skyline and an economic boon and decried as a “monstrosity” that would ruin the neighborhood. City commissioners are set to discuss the issue at 5 p.m.
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CHAPEL-BY-THE-LAKE CONDO VOTE
West Palm Beach city commissioners on Monday are scheduled to vote on a proposed condominium at the waterfront site of the First Baptist Church’s Chapel by the Lake. The meeting has been moved up an hour to 4 p.m. so the commission can dispose of other agenda items before it gets to the condo discussion, probably around 5 p.m.