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One West Palm Could Finish Completion In 2023 At 550 North Quadrille Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida



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McNamara Salvia Structural Engineers reports that One West Palm is close to completion. The mixed-use development will offer two 30-story towers, measuring 426 feet each.

One tower offers 326 luxury homes, while the other comprises 201 hotel rooms. Communal amenities comprise a fitness center, spa, indoor pool, two outdoor pools, and indoor tennis courts. An eight-story podium connects the two towers. The podium itself offers six stories of parking.

One West Palm also offers more than 20,000 square feet of commercial space, including a daycare center, corner parks, and shops. There’s also about 200,000 square feet of Class A office space. The Palm Beach Post reports that general contractors hope to finish the project in fall 2023, if no delays arise. Yet, some construction experts note that completion in 2024 is more feasible.

Construction started nearly three-and-a-half years ago. Jeff Greene is the owner and developer. Arquitectonica is the architect. Right now, the residences’ sizes aren’t publicly available. However, Apartments.com notes that the one-bedroom, one-bathroom units average around 736 square feet.
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Here's Some updates on the office tower of One West Palm









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I think i know why "One West Palm" is taking longer than expected, apparently they added 4 extra stories so it now going to be 34 stories instead of 30, according to baker construction

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So now "One West Palm" is going to be 434 feet tall
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Hmm, both towers have a 4+ FL increase or just the residential portion?
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from what I've read and seen i think both towers are going to be 34 stories
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Are there new elevations released? I can't find much about FAA archives. If it's a 4+ FL increase we might see the office portion be 480 FT +.
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I'm not too sure about that but I'm going off of the concrete construction company working on the project

here's the link to the video and areal tour

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Ah, I see, I'm not sure what portion they're referring to. If both sides are 34 stories the office tower will be the higher portion because of its higher floorplates compared to its residential twin. I'm guessing they mean the office portion will reach a height of 434 FT, with the residential reaching the assumed 381 FT.
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Some progress updates on One West Palm





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