Plans to turn the old West Palm Beach city hall site into a hotel might go back to square one, the city said Wednesday, because of a new state law, promising new property appraisals and word that the Palm Harbor Marina is moving forward with a hotel proposal for the adjacent waterfront.
The city’s Community Redevelopment Agency is set to debate Monday whether to take off the table two city hall site proposals that came in and start over.
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Post Capitol Bureau John Kennedy contributed to this story.
OLD WEST PALM BEACH CITY HALL
The West Palm Beach community redevelopment agency will discuss the future of the old city hall site at a meeting Monday at 5 p.m. at commission chambers, on the first floor of the new city hall, 401 Clematis St.