With the addition of the Palm Beach County Convention Center, the new Hilton Resort Hotel, and Restoration Hardware store, CityPlace now greets tourists and business visitors to an upscale entertainment and lifestyle center in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach, FL.
CityPlace is the area’s premiere outdoor mall that is designed like an Italian Plaza and blends perfectly a shopping, dining, and nightlife district along Rosemary Ave. that connects to Clematis Street, a few blocks north linking other areas of the downtown WPB district.
The CityPlace property expands several city blocks that includes not only just shopping and restaurants, but also offers downtown living with rental apartments, condos, and office spaces. The main CityPlace commercial anchors include:
In addition to these main anchors, Revolutions Bowling opened a new 35,000 square foot entertainment complex that houses 20 bowling lands with a separate VIP bowling section, video arcade, two fully stocked bars, TV wall with all your favorite sports on, and a restaurant featuring American cuisine.
If you are looking to dine out at one of the many CityPlace restaurants some include Cheesecake Factory, Sweet Ginger Asian Thai, Ruth Chris Steakhouse, and Brio Tuscan Grille to name a few local favorite restaurants.
CityPlace Nightlife & Events
If you are looking for a fun night out any day of the week in CityPlace, make sure to check out Blue Martini for a great night out of drinks and dancing. If you are more into live music and a great selection of draft beers, make sure to check out Copper Blues (it’s next door to the AMC movie theater).
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. School of the Arts are located within walking distance to CityPlace, as is the Palm Beach County Convention Center. An early-century trolleybus circles downtown between CityPlace and Clematis.