Trader Joe’s not going to West Palm Beach’s south end, for now

An early rendering of the proposed development at 8111 S. Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach.

West Palm Beach’s burgeoning south end neighborhood may go without a sought-after boutique grocery store under an agreement tentatively reached to develop city-owned land along the C-51 canal.

The Palm Beach Post reported the detailed plans of the project, which at one time included apartments, stores and public areas.

To read that story in full, go here.

The proposed redevelopment, on the long-vacant property at 8111 S. Dixie Highway, will go before the City Commission for a public hearing Monday without a grocery store named in the deal. The store was an original selling point touted by the developer of the nearly 7-acre lot.

Instead, Woodfield-Flagler Venture will have 120 days to give the city evidence that a grocery store has committed to putting down roots, or it will be allowed to divide the grocery store space into two retail buildings.

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2023-01-24 14:25:34

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