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Palm Beach Hotel now in National Register of Historic Places.

The Palm Beach Hotel, built in 1926 according to a design by Mortimer Dickinson Metcalfe, has been named to the National Register of Historic Places. The hotel, at 235 Sunrise Avenue in Palm Beach, received the designation April 21. The building is one of many in the town to receive the status, including the Paramount Theater, the Breakers, the Chesterfield and the old Palm Beach Daily News building. The condominium hotel is managed by Pierre Hostyn Realty. After years of updates to the building's public interior spaces, the Palm Beach Hotel Condominium Association plans to do further renovations on the lower lobby. [Palm Beach Daily News]
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