The Palms at the City Place

Duration 22 months – Under Construction
ArchitectCohen, Freedman, Encinosa & Associates
LocationWest Palm Beach, FL
Value $3.5M
ClientH & H Development

288 luxury residential units, pool and amenities on 5th level mezzanine, and ground level retail space.
City Palms is a 10-Story, 288 Unit Condominium Project locate at 480 Hibiscus Street in West Palm Beach, Florida. Amenities include two floors of retail space, five levels of above ground parking and a sixth floor pool deck and health club. The project is strategically located two blocks from the shops of City Place and within five blocks walking distance of Clematis Street downtown West Palm Beach. The Pedestrian Plaza at street level has a Landmark Clock Tower, cascading waterfall, park benches and a decorative fountain.
West style building features high-end amenities with pre-construction prices for the one-, two- and three-bedroom residences starting from the low $300s, a price point lower than other comparable luxury condos in the market. The elegant Key West style design was used explicitly to evoke a sense of relaxed urban living while Smart Building technology is integrated seamlessly so residents will have all the latest innovation in a sophisticated yet unfussy environment.
The building a gracious double-height lobby, an elegant clubroom for entertaining, a news/reading room and a veranda pavilion with a fully equipped, hi-tech fitness center. Valet and front desk/concierge will be offered 24-hours a day. The sixth level Palm Court will host a lushly landscaped recreation deck, a 70-foot lap and recreation pool, relaxing raised spa with whirlpool, pool-side Wi-Fi wireless node, and men?s and women?s locker rooms with sauna.
Downtown West Palm Beach is in the midst of a cultural and urban renaissance and City Palms is at its heart. Contained within five short blocks are 54 restaurants and clubs, 250,000 square feet of shopping and 2.15 million square feet of office space. Also within easy walking distance are all of the region?s main cultural institutions: The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, the Norton Museum, The Cuillo Centre for the Arts, Robert & Mary Montgomery Armory Art Center, Palm Beach Opera, Ballet Florida, Palm Beach Dramaworks, and Actor?s Workshop and Repertory Company.
City Palms is being developed by H&H Development in partnership with The Carlyle Group ? a global private equity firm with $41.9 billion under management