The power company is moving a road for its new office building and the oak trees planted in recent years have to go.
Why are workers chopping down oak and palm trees along Kyoto Gardens Drive, that great short cut to the Gardens Mall from Military Trail?
It’s all part of the massive plan for the new FPL office headquarters taking shape along Kyoto Gardens just northeast of the I-95/PGA Boulevard interchange.
The plan for the $67.9 million construction project calls for moving a road.
Catalfumo proposes $200 million project in former design center south of PGA Boulevard.
Palm Beach Gardens developer Dan Catalfumo is back.
When last we saw him 10 years ago, the city’s most influential builder since John D. MacArthur had been stripped of his real estate empire under a mountain of debt.
He invested in a chicken deboning business and manufactured a seatless bicycle. He was spending time away from Palm Beach Gardens at second homes in South Carolina and Costa Rica.
Now, he’s pitching a $200 million legacy project in Palm Beach Gardens.