These major changes are up for consideration by two city boards tomorrow:
- Five proposed condo towers across South Dixie Highway from the Prospect Park historic neighborhood of single-family homes.
- A proposed incentive plan that would allow 30-story office towers on a section of downtown waterfront currently limited to five stories.
The Downtown Action Committee meets at 9 a.m. in City Hall and has on its agenda city planners’ proposal for an incentive plan to lure luxury office tower developers to West Palm Beach’s waterfront.
The city Planning Board also is scheduled to discuss that issue, at 6 p.m. at City Hall, as well as the Prospect Place proposal for condo towers on South Dixie, south of Belvedere Road.
The development proposal calls for five 170-foot-tall towers, spaced 60 feet apart, with a total of 300 condominiums.