After the city’s failed attempt to have Digital Domain develop the “tent site” at Okeechobee Boulevard and Dixie Highway, the officials will now seek new firms to develop one of the most prized pieces of city-owned land in downtown West Palm Beach.
In 2010, the city gave the 2.4 acre site to Digital Domain, a visual effects company, on the condition that the company build a digital animation college at the site. Last year, when Digital Domain went bankrupt, the city had to go to federal bankruptcy court to get the land back.
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