About us

The West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is an independent taxing district created in 1967 by a special act of the Florida Legislature. Its mission is to promote and enhance a safe, vibrant Downtown for our residents, businesses and visitors through the strategic development of economic, social and cultural opportunities. 

Downtown West Palm Beach is a dense, walkable urban district and is the historic cultural, economic, and governmental center of Palm Beach County. Downtown is recognized as the center of a vibrant city and is home to unique businesses, a growing and diverse residential population, dynamic nightlife, world-class cultural venues, and a beautiful waterfront park. Through various programs and projects designed to enhance quality of life, support cultural initiatives, and drive economic development, the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) delivers outcomes above and beyond standard municipal services within the Downtown area. 

For more information about the DDA or Downtown West Palm Beach, visit downtownwpb.com or call the DDA at (561) 833-8873.

Request for Proposal

DDA RFP No. 2022 - 001

The West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority is looking for the “Next Big Thing” in placemaking to showcase Downtown West Palm Beach


Request for Proposal

The West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA), with the support from the West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District (A&E), 501C3 is requesting proposals from qualified vendors for public space activations and installations for an exciting opportunity in Downtown West Palm Beach. We are searching for placemakers, artists, innovators, creatives, curators, improv experts, entrepreneurs, or any multidisciplinary team, that can create a large-scale urban experience, be it an installation, performance, a hybrid, or anything else in your imagination that you may dream of that reflects the “Next Big Thing” for Downtown West Palm Beach. Your urban experience should be interactive, unique, artistic, must happen in a public space inside the downtown boundaries, and include a creative message, full of visual impact that complements the surrounding area and ignites the community’s imagination. To be completed in Winter 2022/Spring 2023.


Background

DowntownWPB is home to approximately 10,000 residents, a 30,000-person workforce, and 15,000 visitors, all with diverse backgrounds. To celebrate the energy and growth of Downtown West Palm Beach, we are opening a Request for Proposal to select an individual or a team that can create a large-scale urban experience for our theme the “Next Big Thing.” We believe that through this project we can create an opportunity to express and share something extraordinary within our community. We ask that the applicants interpret the theme in their own creative way reflecting on the idea of creating moments of fascination, wonder, and imagination.

This large-scale urban experience should add vibrancy to our streets and energize our downtown in an exceptional way. DowntownWPB is home to numerous artworks, open public spaces, and a beautiful waterfront, which may inspire and provide a wide range of opportunity sites for the project to be implemented. DowntownWPB is home to many hidden treasures which provide tokens of creativity that animate our urban landscape with moments of curiosity and fascination.

Within the process of completing this project, we encourage getting the community involved. We also would like to emphasize that the final project should have an interactive experience for everyone to enjoy. Please address in your proposal how you can use virtual, digital, in-person, and other formats of engagement with the community. There are no limits to how creative the interaction with the public can be.


Eligibility/Guidelines

Any individual or team interested in creating a large-scale urban experience, to begin in Winter 2022/Spring 2023, may submit a proposal in accordance with the guidelines provided below.

  • Individuals or teams may submit more than one proposal.
  • The project must be original to the team.
  • The final project must be positive and suitable for viewing by all ages.
  • The lead applicant must be 18 years or older.

We will not accept proposals that:

  • Are plagiarized, stolen, or copied from another source.
  • Proposals must not include language or imagery that is or could be interpreted as obscene, violent, or discriminatory.
  • If creating a visual project, it may not use any logos or text considered advertising or copyright-protected symbols or icons.


RFP Timeline

RFP Timeline 


  • Pre-proposal information video will be available online on June 13, 2022, at noon through this link: DowntownWPB.com/RFP or click here.
  • Work commences as soon as possible after the announcement and executed contract.
  • The project may begin in the Winter of 2022 and must be completed by March 2023, unless otherwise rescheduled due to unforeseen circumstances. Must be mutually agreed upon.


Application Requirements

Phase 1: Proposal Application

  • No cost to apply
  • All requested items must be in the digital format submitted by the Submittable website only.
  • If you are having technical difficulties, request help directly to Submittable on their website help menu. 
  • All questions regarding the application process and/or project scope must be submitted via email to info@downtownwpb.com with the subject line: Next Big Thing RFP, by 3:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Friday, June 24, 2022.
  • The request for proposal closes at 3:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Monday, July 15, 2022. Only complete applications will be considered.


The application will require the following:

Organization Overview/Background Information (25 pts.) – Individuals are required to submit a resume, a professional statement, visual examples of past work, a past work project list, and three (3) references. Teams will submit resumes and one (1) collective professional statement. The team's visual examples and references should not exceed a maximum of ten (10) images per team and three (3) references per team.

  • Resume(s) - Individual resumes should not be longer than two (2) pages. Teams will submit one resume per team member, for up to five (5) members.
  • Professional or Team Statement - In 500 words or less, describe the individual's or team's work and practice letting us know more about yourself or the team and what you're or the team's work is about.
  • Past Work Images – Visual examples of past work should not exceed ten (10) images. Make sure your digital images, illustrations, or graphic files are high-resolution, no less than 150 dpi, and do not exceed 5 MB of data. Please number your files to correlate with the past work project list. For example, 01_ProjectName, 02_ProjectName, etc.
  • Past Work Project List - The list should describe and correlate with the past work images submitted. Please include the past work image number, title, physical size or size of the audience, materials, total cost, locations of work, and 1-2 descriptive sentences per past work presented.
  • References - Three (3) references are required, please include their name, company phone number, email address, and project or work relationship to the individual and/or team. Teams will combine references to not exceed three references.

Project Concept (25 pts.) - Individuals and/or teams will be required to provide the project’s title, short description, a written statement describing the project, and project graphics.

  • Project Title - Title name of the project.
  • Project Short Description - In 25 words or less, add a short project description or tagline.
  • Project Written Statement – In 250 words or less, explain as concisely as possible the theme/concept of your proposed project, describe your process, and include supplemental information such as medium or technique.
  • Project Graphics (Images, Illustrations, and/or Video) – Please include up to ten (10) images, illustrations, or any type of graphics that explain the concept in digital format. Up to one video may be added and it must be limited to no more than one (1) minute maximum. Make sure your digital images, illustrations, or graphic files are high-resolution, no less than 150 dpi, and do not exceed 5 MB of data. 

Community Engagement/Interactivity (20 pts.) – In 500 words or less, please explain how you can use virtual, digital, in-person, and/or hybrid formats to engage the community or how the proposed work will interact with the public. There are no limits to how creative the interaction with the public can be. Any interactive portion or concept of the project should be described here.

Strategy and Program Development (20 pts.) - Individuals and/or teams will be required to provide a timeline and a maintenance plan for the proposed project.

  • Project Estimated Timeline – This outline should include an estimated timeline for each phase of the project. The draft schedule covers the date from the approved concept to the completion of the project.
  • Maintenance Plan – In 1,000 words or less, describe how this project will tolerate outdoor elements and provide a suitable maintenance plan. The plan should include rates for maintenance, services, and repairs. (Indicate recommended routine inspections, cleaning, etc.)

Project Estimated Budget (10 pts.) – Itemize artist(s) fee, supplies, travel-related expenses, insurance, and all costs associated with the project. The project budget is $100,000; however, if your proposed project exceeds that amount the DDA may consider alternative and/or additional funding options. If applicable, briefly explain other funding sources or financial partners you would add to this proposal. This is a competitive bid process.


Phase 2: Selected Semi-Finalists Proposal Presentation

  • Selected individuals and/or teams will have approximately six (6) weeks to further develop their proposals to reflect more information on project location, final design, and community interaction as a full presentation to the Committee via Zoom Meeting or in person.
  • The requirement is a presentation of up to fifteen (15) minutes per team, and ten (10) minutes for Q&A, on the week of August 29, 2022.
  • The committee will pick a winner and they will be notified via email the week of September 5, 2022.
  • The winner will work in partnership with the DDA, the City of West Palm Beach, and other potential stakeholders. DDA staff will be the point of contact and will manage the project. DDA will also hold the contract.


Dimensions/Location

Downtown West Palm Beach is an area with great public spaces, a waterfront, and private properties that are potential event or installation sites. This is an open-ended request for proposals. As such, the winning proposer will conduct their due diligence to investigate and research available sites. This should include public spaces, streets, and private properties within the Downtown District boundary, please see the boundary map here: Click Here for the map.

Each proposer will be responsible for determining site feasibility for their project proposal, including dimensions and physical access to the space sufficient to accommodate the project.


Selection Process

Finding the right individual or team for a project is the highest priority for the West Palm Beach DDA and the A&E District. The selection process is designed to ensure only the highest quality, skilled, and appropriate professionals are chosen. The key to the program’s success is a five-step process:

  1. The goals of the project must be clearly defined. The scoring sheet and criteria will be provided below for your reference.
  2. Request for proposals will be processed through the Submittable website in digital form. These proposals are assigned for review to a three to a five-person committee, which will review each proposal individually and score.
  3. All scores will be combined and totaled, and a meeting will be held with the committee to discuss the submissions and determine the top three semi-finalists based on points scored through the selection process. Note that the committee may waive any informalities or minor defects or reject any and all Proposals.
  4. After the top three proposals are selected, they will be contacted and paid a stipend of $1,500 to further develop their concepts. Each participant will then present their final concept to the committee.
  5. The top three (3) selected semi-finalists will present full proposals on the week of August 29, 2022, to the committee.
  6. The committee will select finalists and they will enter an agreement with the DDA to complete the project.


Scoring Sheet

The following scoring sheet will be used to score the first phase of the project, please click here. During the second phase, semi-finalists will receive the scoring sheet for presentations via email.


Policies

Applicants will retain the ownership of design ideas submitted with this application. The contract will be executed between the selected awardee and the West Palm Beach DDA. Financial compensation and insurance for the completion of the project will be made in accordance with the agreed-upon contract between the awardee and the West Palm Beach DDA.

  • Signage will be placed near the project, which credits the awardee and commemorates the generosity of the West Palm Beach DDA and the A&E District who are funding this project.
  • Applicants must certify that all statements made in the application are true to the best of their knowledge.
  • The applicant recognizes that the West Palm Beach DDA and the A&E District may make duplicates of application materials for any purpose to benefit both organizations.
  • The applicant must recognize that any liability for loss or damage is not the responsibility of the West Palm Beach DDA, the A&E District, or anyone associated with this project.
  • The DDA may waive any informalities or minor defects or reject any and all Proposals.
  • The DDA reserves the right to use any and all items in the proposal and images taken during the project to freely publish for communication, news, media, and any other publication purposes.

For questions about the project please contact info@downtownwpb.com and write in the subject line Next Big Thing.


Additional Forms

The following forms will need to be downloaded to include with submission:

IRS W-9 Form: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw9.pdf


About

A&E District: The West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District is a centralized collection of inspiring arts and entertainment venues; art and history museums; galleries; libraries; performing arts companies; and art education institutions. Situated in the heart of South Florida’s most progressive city, the District includes more than 20 distinct and distinguished cultural destinations that form a defining industry cluster. The A&E District enhances the appeal of West Palm Beach as a visitor destination, drawing attention to its status as a vibrant city illuminated by its beauty and range of creative expression.

West Palm Beach DDA: The West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA) was created in 1967 as an independent special taxing district to promote and enhance a safe, vibrant Downtown for residents, businesses, and visitors through the strategic development of economic, social and cultural opportunities. We improve and maintain Downtown West Palm Beach by offering information and services to visitors, residents, and business owners.

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The Business Incentive Grant program offered by the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA) provides funding to new businesses or existing businesses within the DDA District to assist with significant, permanent modifications to existing Downtown buildings. Through this program, the DDA encourages major tenant improvements necessary for successful tenancy of commercial spaces. The goal of this program is to attract the desired mix of uses to the Downtown and assist with the rehabilitation of commercial properties.

INCENTIVE BOUNDARIES

West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority District

Please click here for DDA Boundary Map. 

Clematis Street for “active uses” such as retail and arts-based businesses as defined by the Americans for the Arts.

Creative Industries: Business & Employment in the Arts reports provide a research-based
approach to understanding the scope and economic importance of the arts in the United States. The creative industries are composed of arts businesses that range from nonprofit museums, symphonies, and theaters to for-profit film, architecture, and design companies. Arts businesses and the creative people they employ stimulate innovation, strengthen America's competitiveness in the global marketplace, and play an important role in building and sustaining economic vibrancy.

Retail businesses in ground floor level of residential condominiums in the DDA District, maximum allowable amount not to exceed $10,000.

Businesses NOT eligible for Business and Façade incentives: Vape/smoke shop, CBD/Medical Marijuana, tattoo parlors, liquor stores, gun shops, and nightclubs.

GRANT DETAILS

Up to 25% of Total Improvement Cost for Leasehold Improvements (must stay with building)

*Maximum allowable amount not to exceed $75,000 (Incentive Boundary)

If awarded a Business Incentive program grant the reimbursement terms are:

  • 100% paid upon completion of qualifying leasehold improvements (as determined by City of West Palm Beach officials), proof of paid invoices for the improvements and Business Tax Receipt, occupies the space and opens for business. (Subject to West Palm Beach DDA Grants Review Committee and Board Approval)

Annual funding for this program is limited, therefore, it is administered on a first come, first serve basis until program funds are exhausted. 

Recipients of a grant for leasehold improvements shall obtain within six (6) months of award approval, all required permits with the City of West Palm Beach and shall maintain all required permits active and current with the City of West Palm Beach.

If a leasehold improvement project is not completed within twenty-four (24) months of award approval, the grant award shall be automatically revoked and the recipients will be required to make a presentation to the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority Board in order to re-petition for the grant award.

PROGRAM SUMMARY 

  • The Business Incentive Grant Program is available to tenants and new businesses relocating or existing business owners who plan to make significant leasehold improvements to buildings within the Target Area as described in the Incentive Boundaries section above.
  • The grant shall not exceed 25% of the total project cost up to a maximum of $75,000
  • 100% paid upon completion of qualifying leasehold improvements (as determined by City of West Palm Beach officials), proof of paid invoices for the improvements and Business Tax Receipt, occupies the space and opens for business. (Subject to West Palm Beach DDA Approval)
  • All applications must include appropriate documentation; Inadequately documented applications may be rejected.
  • Applications shall be reviewed by the DDA Board in the order they are received. The DDA Board must find that: 
  1. The project significantly improves the property and improvements are permanent (i.e. – cannot be removed from the building)
  2. The project encourages uses as defined by the Merchandise Mix Plan.
  3. Grants will no longer be approved once all allocated funds are exhausted.
  4. Grant applications will not be considered if construction/renovations have commenced prior to written confirmation from the DDA. 

The applicant will receive notification detailing all of the terms and conditions of the grant, including, but not limited to the amount of the grant; the approved uses for the proceeds; any reporting requirements to be met by the applicant; and any conditions required to be met prior to closing. The processing and approval of projects may take up to 12 weeks.

ELIGIBILITY AND APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS 

  • Application Fee/Background Screening - $94.74 per applicant paid upon submission of application, to complete a background check. Each owner/applicant must complete the application and submit the fee.
  • There must be no liens or taxes due on the property.
  • A copy of proof of ownership interest in the property must be submitted with application.
  • A cover letter with a scope of the project, benefits of the property improvements for the community, and statement of amount requested.

Application must include:

  • Resume for each property owner
  • List of credit and banking references
  • Detailed statement relative to needs to be met by the grant
  • Drawings, plans and specifications 
  • Specific budget breakdown 
  • Photograph of current building conditions
  • Potential lessee(s) for space if applicable

Additional information may be requested by the DDA (Staff, Review Committee or Board); Inadequately documented applications will not be reviewed. Be sure to include all necessary documents.

BUSINESS INCENTIVE GRANT APPLICATION 

Important Instructions

  • Before filling out this Application Form, thoroughly read the PROGRAM SUMMARY & APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS document for this program. 
  • Only one application can be utilized for one project.
  • Do not leave spaces blank. Put N/A if it does not apply.
  • In the event that the DDA Loan and Grant Review Committee requests additional information, it must be submitted in a timely manner.
  • The processing and approval of projects may take up to 12 weeks.

Inadequately documented applications will not be reviewed.

Be sure to include all necessary documentation.

 For additional information contact:

Teneka James - Feaman, Associate Executive Director

West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority

300 Clematis Street, Suite 200

West Palm Beach, FL 33401

tjames@downtownwpb.com

PROGRAM OVERVIEW
The Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA) have established a Facade Improvement program within the DDA District that will aid in the revitalization of the Downtown Area by adding to the "curbside appeal" in order to attract and retain businesses.

The program shall provide grants to business owners or property owners for up to  50% of the cost of exterior improvements made to building facades in the DDA District for awnings, signs, landscaping and other similar exterior improvements. Storefront exterior improvements not to exceed $10,000.  Building exterior improvements not to exceed $20,000 (Note: Stand-alone building or building facade more than 25,000 sq. ft.)

Applications shall be reviewed by a Grants Review Committee in the order they are received. Once an application has been approved for an amount, the award is final and cannot be increased. The Committee shall determine the need for the improvement and shall consider how the proposed improvement would fit in with the surrounding area and further the goal of making the area more attractive for potential customers and new businesses. Grants will no longer be approved once all allocated funds are exhausted.

Once the Grants Review Committee approves a grant the applicant will be requested to provide the DDA with a schedule for completion date for the work. No work shall commence before receiving written authorization from the DDA to begin work. 

Any improvements done before such authorization will not be eligible for grant funds. The processing and approval of projects may take up to 12 weeks.

Payment shall not exceed the amount approved by the DDA Board, or 50% of the total bill. The grant will be reimbursed after completion of the improvements and proof of paid invoices for the facade improvements. Upon inspection and approval by the City, the DDA will pay the grant within 30 days.

Grant applications will not be considered if construction/renovations have commenced prior to written confirmations from the DDA.

INCENTIVE BOUNDARIES
West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority District 

Please click here for Boundary Map.

ELIGIBILITY AND APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS 

  • Application must be approved in writing by the Grants Review Committee prior to commencing work and expenditures. Applications may not be considered if submitted to the Committee after work is completed. 
  • Eligible commercial properties must be located within the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority's District. 
  • Eligible businesses must have a valid business tax license with the City of West Palm Beach and submit a copy with this application. 
  • There must be no liens or taxes due on the property. 
  • Application must include a description of the work proposed and completion date. 
  • Application must include two verifiable bids for each aspect of the project, unless the project is being completed by a sole contractor. Bid(s) must be a licensed professional(s) to preform the work. Application must identify which vendor(s) is preferred and reason for the preference. 
  • Application must include at least 1 photograph of the facade area and any necessary detail areas (sign, awning, etc.) and 1 photo or rendering of what the completed project will look like. 
  • If the property is not owned by the eligible commercial business, the application must include property owner's written authorization to perform proposed improvements.  
  • If a leasehold improvement project is not completed within twenty-four (24) months of award approval, the grant award shall be automatically revoked and the recipients will be required to make a presentation to the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority Board in order to re-petition for the grant award.
  • Grants will no longer be approved once all allocated funds are exhausted. 
  • If your application is approved for a new awning, it is expected that you protect the awning from damage during hurricane season. If a hurricane warning is issued it is expected that you will remove the awning so that it is not damaged. The WPB Downtown Development Authority will not provide additional reimbursement for damages to awnings. 

Note: Businesses NOT eligible for Business and Façade incentives: Vape/smoke shop, CBD/Medical Marijuana, tattoo parlors, liquor stores, gun shops, and nightclubs.

After approved facade work is complete, it must be inspected by a DDA representative and at least 1 photograph of the completed project must be submitted to the DDA. Applicant must also submit the final bills for the approved qualifying leasehold improvements to the DDA. 

Additional information may be requested by the DDA (Staff, Review Committee or Board); 

Inadequately documented applications will not be reviewed. Be sure to include all necessary documentation.  

Important Instructions 

  • Before filling out this Application form, thoroughly read the PROGRAM OVERVIEW & APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS document for this program. 
  • Only one application can be utilized for one business. 
  • Enter the required information. Do not leave spaces blank. Put N/A if it does not apply. 
  • In the event that the Facade Improvement Grants Review Committee requests additional information, it must be submitted in a timely manner. 
  • The processing and approval of projects may take up to 12 weeks. 

GRAND OPENING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM GRANT
The West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA) offers assistance to new businesses for their “Grand Opening”. It is at the discretion of the individual business (with the advice of the DDA) as to what style and size of grand opening they wish to have. Retail stores, for instance, may offer light hors-d’oeuvres & wine to invited guests while they peruse the store, where a new restaurant may have a full band and open bar. Other businesses may wish to purchase advertising or mailings announcing their new Downtown location.
 

THE DDA OFFERS THE FOLLOWING:

  • The DDA will reimburse up to $1,000.00 in matching funds, toward expenses that are directly related to the Grand Opening. To obtain the maximum amount you must incur expenses of $2,000.00 or more. ($1,000.00 maximum limit).
  • The DDA can distribute an email invitation to area VIP's and/or general public (5K+ opt in subscribers).
  • Inclusion in "The Downtown Update" Newsletter and/or social channels (DowntownWPB/DDA)
  • Coordinate a Ribbon Cutting with key stakeholders.

REQUIREMENTS

  • The Business must be located within the DDA Boundaries. Please click here for Boundary Map. 
  • The DDA & the Business will mutually agree on a date and time for the Grand Opening. The processing and approval of an application may take up to 2 weeks. 
  • NO APPLICATION WILL BE CONSIDERED WITH LESS THAN 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO EVENT DATE. 
  • Business must receive written approval from the DDA.
  • Application must be submitted with a W-9. Please click here for a blank W-9. 
  • Please provide to the DDA copies of your paid receipts for reimbursement. Please allow 30 days for processing.
  • The DDA must be listed on the invitation. Please click here for approved DDA logo's. 


SPECIAL EVENT SPONSORSHIP
The West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority (DowntownWPB) seeks to ensure an economically vibrant Downtown that explores opportunities for non-profits, arts organizations and special event organizers to collaborate and combine efforts to maintain consistent activation. Toward this end, DowntownWPB looks to partner with organizations or downtown stakeholders to produce events designed to market and promote the unique attributes of DowntownWPB.


PARTNERING WITH DowntownWPB MAY PROVIDE:

  • Inclusion in the DowntownWPB newsletter (6,000+ subscribers) 
  • DowntownWPB Facebook (28K+ likes) posts
  • DowntownWPB Twitter (21K+ followers) posts
  • DowntownWPB Instagram (37K followers) posts
  • Opportunity for flyer distribution to downtown businesses and condominium communities
  • Inclusion in Event Calendar listings, curated by hired PR Company, to local media 
  • Financial Assistance
  • Other In Kind Services TBD


REQUIREMENTS

  • The event must be located within the DDA Boundaries. Please click here for Boundary Map. 
  • Events should be open and free to the public to particpate 
  • NO APPLICATION WILL BE CONSIDERED WITH LESS THAN 2 WEEKS NOTICE PRIOR TO EVENT DATE. 
  • Business must receive written approval from the DDA.
  • Application must be submitted with a W-9. Please click here for a blank W-9. 
  • The DDA must be listed as a sponsor on promotional materials.


EXCLUSIONS 

  • The DDA does not sponsor meetings i.e. board meetings, quarterly meetings 

Please answer all questions below and complete all applicable sections of this form. It may be helpful to provide supplemental information (i.e. Sponsorship Deck) for consideration as part of this application. If you choose to submit attachments, please be sure to clearly label them.

Note: Financial assistance is at the discretion of the DDA.  No more than four (4) applications from an event producer will be considered  per fiscal year (October 1 - September 30).


For additional information, please contact:

Teneka James - Feaman, Associate Executive Director

West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority

300 Clematis Street, Suite 200

West Palm Beach, FL 33401

561-833-8873    TJames@DowntownWPB.com

Sponsorship event application has been updated as of June 24, 2022. 

West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority