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The entertainment, lifestyle and shopping center is getting a new name. CityPlace will now be known as Rosemary Square.

According to a recent press release, CityPlace is set to undergo a five-year, $550 million dollars renovation that will transform CityPlace from the retail and entertainment center to a vibrant destination and community center.

The new 72-acre Rosemary Square will offer more retail, new hotel, more art and cultural programs and more residences. Over the weekend, the new main street area was debuted and is now on display on Rosemary Avenue between Okeechobee Blvd and Hibiscus street.

The new main street will feature wider and curb less sidewalks, new landscaping and much more. The renovations will completely transform CityPlace as we

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Art Affair West Palm Beach is back again for the 9th year in a row and will take place this week starting today through Sunday, April 7th.

The 7-day art event in downtown West Palm Beach features a series of cultural and art events. Some of the events include the 9th Annual Downtown West Palm Beach Arts Festival, CityPlace’s signature Friday Night “Growing Good” family friendly event, live painting from 10 local artists, interactive demonstrations, workshops and much more. In addition to the week-long events, there are several ongoing art events and yoga classes going on, click here to see the schedule.

In addition to the art festival activities, there are more than 10 public murals located around CityPlace painted by local and international artists.

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District Fit is returning this spring for its third edition to downtown West Palm Beach after two successful editions. The fitness festival attracted over 1,500 participants last year and is expecting more people this year.

The festival is taking place Thursday, March 7th through Saturday, March 9th at the Hilton West Palm Beach and CityPlace. The goal of the festival is to promote a heathier lifestyle throughout the community.

The three-day event will focus on your physical wellbeing and mindful movement through more than two dozen workouts. The fitness programs and events will be led by elite trainers, culinary events by local tastemakers, kid friendly activities and live entertainment.

New this year, District Fit has partnered with Hope Water, a

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Get into the holiday spirit this weekend with a holiday tradition in the Palm Beaches.  Good cheer returns Saturday, November 10, 2018 with the annual holiday tree lighting.  A cold snap is expected (wink, wink) and first "snowfall" of the season is anticipated.   CityPlace, the shopping and dining district in the downtown area of West Palm Beach, will be hosting the event. Celebrations begin at 3:00pm and the spectacular tree lighting will commence at 6:00pm.

Seasonal celebrations will begin with performances by Precision Dance Conservatory, Jupiter Dance Academy and the Palm Beach Symphony. Punctually at 6:00pm, Dance South Florida will present “Home for the Holidays,”.  It’s an enormous holiday presentation not to be missed! It will surely get you

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Everyone’s favorite story of a young lion preparing to succeed his father as King of the Pride Lands is coming to the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach from April 24th to May 5th, 2019.

Not only is The Lion King everyone’s favorite childhood movie, but the Broadway Musical is the third longest-running show in history, and has grossed more than $1 billion, making it the highest grossing Broadway production of all time. Over 95 million people worldwide have seen the musical, including the British Royal Family, and it has earned numerous awards and honors, including six Tony Awards, one for Best Musical and Best Direction of a Musical, making director Julie Taymor the first woman to earn such an honor.

With music written by Elton John,

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The space formerly occupied by Macy’s on Rosemary Avenue in CityPlace has undergone a transformation into an experiential cultural arts center. Known as the “Culture Lab,” sophisticated art experiences will be offered including culinary walk-up windows, educational programing and events, and art installations. The two-story building will feature an art assemblage on the first floor, a sound installation on the second floor, and an art installation on the exterior.

The current first floor exhibition is a yearlong visual art project entitled Assemblage: An Organically Grown Exhibition, with the work of two artists, Ioanna Pantazopoulou and Jennifer Steinkamp, and additional artists will be integrated at the exhibit’s culminating event in December

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