Groundbreaking for tallest project in Palm Beach Co. history

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The tallest project in the history of Palm Beach County, at 426 feet, is underway, according to developers.

Wednesday was the official groundbreaking ceremony for the One West Palm at 550 Quadrille Blvd.

"And if you think about where the city is now, you can only imagine what this is going to do for our city and our profile, not only nationally but internationally," said West Palm Beach Mayor Keith James.

Developers say the project includes two 30-story cubed glass towers and features office space, hotel suites, luxury apartments, a theater, spa and indoor tennis courts.

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