historic preservation (5)

By Jane Smith

Real estate developer Michael Marco is pouring millions of dollars into reconstructing a historic home on the barrier island in Delray Beach — a project that was delayed after he ran afoul of city regulations.
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9380625862?profile=RESIZE_710xAnthony Barber envisions the 1919 Oscar Magnuson house as only the indoor seating part of his proposed restaurant. He could buy the property, lease it, or the city could consider other ideas for the vacant building. Coastal Star photo

By Larry Barsze

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Old high school’s new uses reflect wider push for preservation

By Larry Barszewski

The Boynton Woman’s Club made an impressive move almost a century ago, when it left its original Ocean Avenue location for a clubhouse designed by famed Palm Beach

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By Jane Smith

Delray Beach can now boast it has two historic districts on the National Register of Historic Places.
The newest register listing came in mid-March when the National Park Service, which keeps the Historic Places list, decided that the O

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By Jane Smith

Delray Beach will soon be able to boast that it has two historic districts on the National Register.
The Old School Square Historic District, with 119 contributing structures, received unanimous approval Nov. 30 from the Florida Nationa

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