Phase Two of Clematis Streetscape Begins

Ali Kane
Posted by Ali Kane
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The second phase of the Clematis Streetscape project launched last week, Monday, May 7th. The second phase of the project will redesign the 200 and 100 blocks of Clematis Street in West Palm Beach. The project is estimated to cost 7.25 million and will prioritizes outdoor dining space and pedestrian areas over cars.

The new redesign will look similar to the 300 block of Clematis Street which was completed last year with curb-less sidewalks, pavers instead of pavement, wider sidewalks, and fewer parking spaces to leave room for outdoor dining space.

The second phase is expected to be completed by the end of the year and the project will be paid with the money from the Community Redevelopment Agency bonds. The construction began at 9 am on Monday, May 7th and the 100 block which leads to the waterfront is expected to remain open until June and the northern park of the block is expected to be open until August, with the whole 100 block expecting to be done by December.

To read more about the construction, click here.


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