What is a city Walk Score? West Palm Beach has a high score, specifically downtown!
While the city revs up to increase it’s “walkability,” there are many great projects looming on the horizon. We have added some new and exciting tenants to both the Harvey Building and the Comeau Building, such as marketing agency Pathos. Once the full scope of the Clematis Street renovation projects is achieved, Clematis Street and downtown is sure to live up to it’s “walker’s paradise” title! So, what is a “Walk Score”?
Walk Score measures the walkability of any address, Transit Score measures access to public transit, and Bike Score measures whether a location is good for biking.
For more information, please visit : https://www.walkscore.com/
The West Palm Beach Green Market has achieved national recognition once again!
Excerpt from Boston Globe article by correspondent Lisa B. Zwirn:
“The weekly market, located on a large patio between the eastern end of Clematis Street and Flagler Drive on the Intracoastal Waterway, boasts 90 vendors. At most of them, you can walk away with something delicious to eat right then and there. If you begin at the top of the market, you’ll notice — and smell — cider doughnuts. The New England-style chubby little rings are fried, tossed in cinnamon sugar, and scooped into white paper cones for easy eating while strolling. Chef John Carlino from Connecticut conceived of the idea over 10 years ago and staffs the stand with some of his former culinary students…”
The article goes on to highlight many of the vendors and their mouth-watering delicacies. For the complete article, please follow this link: