City commissioners late Monday voted to approve — for now — a proposed 25-story waterfront condominium tower at the Chapel-by-the-Lake site on Flagler Drive.
During a session that lasted six hours, developers said the tower would be an economic boon and a waterfront jewel on Flagler Drive, just south of the Royal Park Bridge, while residents who opposed it said it would ruin the waterfront or, at the very least, was just too much.
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A group concerned about the scope of another development, the proposed Rybovich marina development along North Flagler Drive, will hold an informational meeting tonight at the Maritime Museum Pavilion at Currie Park, 2400 N. Flagler Dr. . The group will hear from a land use attorney who’s had experience in density issues. Because they expect a large turnout, organizers wrote West Palm Beach police Monday to request an officer be assigned.