West Palm Beach South Dixie

DATE:  January 2005

The South Dixie Historic Corridor supports a vibrant business and cultural community which serves both adjacent neighborhoods and regional visitors. The District offers an eclectic mix of retail, dining, art, antique and office uses in a tree-lined and consistently landscaped setting to visually unify and enhance our beautiful surroundings.

The City recognizes and supports revitalization efforts and the significance of the entire corridor to the overall prosperity of West Palm Beach by:

  • Sustaining a safe locale
  • Providing adequate and accessible parking
  • Maintaining safe pedestrian crossings
  • Nurturing linkages to the surrounding neighborhoods
  • Ensuring consistency of streetscape amenities
  • Practicing fair and community-minded zoning and code enforcement
  • Providing reimaging assistance for existing businesses
  • Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
    • Michael Busha, Executive Director
    • Dana Little, Urban Design Director
    • Anthea Gianniotes
    • Wynsum Hatton
  • Urban Designers
    • Marcela Camblor & Associates, Inc: Marcela Camblor-Cutsaimanis
    • Lauren Moss Clark
    • Florez Lopez Architects: Ricardo Lopez
    • Steven Fett Architecture: Steven Fett
    • JJV Studio: Jose Venegas