There’s an eyesore of a building near downtown West Palm Beach at the intersection of Dixie Highway and Quadrille Boulevard.
It’s a flan-colored bunker that appears to be abandoned. No ownership signs are on the exterior, only multiple signs attached to the 6,837-square-foot warehouse to warn motorists that “violators will be towed at owners expense” if they park on the wide expanse of empty pavement in front of the building.
It’s an ugly sight at an intersection otherwise populated by two neatly landscaped banks and the Florida Crystals office. So it’s no wonder that city commissioners took steps this week to fix this eyesore, which was described as being located at “a prominent intersection that leads into the heart of downtown West Palm Beach.”