The subject property is located at the northeast corner of N. Rosemary Avenue and 4th Street, in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida. The subject site is 1.37 acres, or 59,677 SF. The subject is proposed for the residential condominium development that will consist of an 8-story, 138-unit residential condo project providing a gross building area of 163,734 SF (excluding garage area) and a net living/saleable area of 131,803 SF. The overall development will consist of a mixture of the one-, two- and three-bedroom variety ranging in size from 711 SF to 1,359 SF, indicating an average unit size of 955 SF. PERFECT INVESTMENT OPPORTUINTY TO PURCHASE LAND WITH APPROVED PERMITS TO BUILD A CONDOMINIUM. LAND IS ZONED RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL.View Virtual Tour
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