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Two suitors propose health-care high-rises for West Palm ‘tent site’

By Eliot Kleinberg - Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Twin towers housing medical offices, outpatient clinics and possibly a grocery store could rise above Okeechobee Boulevard at the long dormant, city-owned “tent site,” according to two suitors for the lot.

A consortium led by developer Navarro-Lowrey and another consortium led by developer Michael McCloskey have identified themselves as the remaining suitors for the 2.4-acre site at Okeechobee Boulevard and Dixie Highway.

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