News of the CityPlace and the Courtyards
We publish the latest news and events taking in our community.
CityPlace"s True Food Kitchen is openned!
It took over 2 years but the wait is finally over. True Food Kitchen, whose menu is based on the anti-inflammatory diet of Dr. Andrew Weil with Oprah playing a major role, finally opened today at the former location of Restoration Hardware at CityPlace.

The sprawling location has seating for 240 guests, including a covered patio opposite the fountains, in addition to outside tables with large umbrellas alongside Rosemary Avenue, which have attractive planters by Magic Mike from The Plant Shop as a barrier to the street.

Several of our readers have already attended a preview event and recommend the Edamane Dumplings, Pan Seared Sea Bass, Flourless Chocolate Cake, and just about everything else. The summer menu (see attachment) is available until September. Additional brunch items will be available on weekends from 10-3 including Banana Pancakes, a Garden Scramble, & a Sunrise Bowl with organic eggs, sweet potato, Portobello, avocado & pumpkin seed pesto.

The restaurant is just around the corner from the Courtyards rental apartments.
Farm House MarketPlace: A Hidden Gem
Located just a few blocks Southwest of the Courtyards of CityPlace, Farm House MarketPlace occupies the former site of Dick Smith Air Conditioning at 1001 Old Okeechobee Road, in the historic Warehouse District.
The "Community Fresh" plant-based wellness concept features an indoor daily (10-6) green market with local favorites such as fine gourmet foods & superfoods by local farmers & producers, aligned with a "Soil to Oil" CBD pharmacy.
Run by a former WPB Green Market vendor & the first to be on its board in 1995, Walter Ross is a wealth of information that he is happy to share with customers. While helping to lauch green markets all over South Florida, he curated a selection of the best locally grown & made products that he sells alongside his own heirloom tomatoes.
Be sure to visit this new addition to our community.
TD Ameritrade has opened again
After an absence of over a year, TD Ameritrade has opened again at the same location on Okeechobee Blvd in CityPlace (West Palm Beach), just east of the Regional restaurant & west of the Anuska Spa & Capital One cafe. It is located just around the corner from the Courtyards Rental Apartments.
Before it closed, it was acquired by discount securities dealer Charles Schwab, which has a location nearby on Flagler Drive. For that reason, the CityPlace location was not expected to remain open.
A rep told us that it will remain open for at least 2 yrs under the TD Ameritrade name. It is no longer associated with TD Bank.
Starbucks is moving
Starbucks CityPlace will have a new home this summer. The coffee giant will be moving just west of its current location to 157 Rosemary Avenue, between H&M and The Cheesecake Factory. It is just around the corner from the Courtyards Rental Apartments.
It will occupy the previous sites of Francesca's & Adore. The former closed a few months ago, while the cosmetics store is reportedly moving a few doors south next to Casper.
The new store will feature its own outside seating, which was lost last year after the plaza renovation.
Rita's at CityPlace
Rita's at CityPlace Closing on Sunday. The CityPlace refused to extend their lease agreement.
Management change in the Courtyards.
Todd Anthony DeMartino, previously employed by Montecito for 2.7 years, was fired by the Board of the Courtyards after servicing as a general manager for just less than one year and six months. No details were revealed to the owners. Todd Anthony DeMartino was replaced by Vito Senese.

Security cameras in the Courtyards
Starting on Monday, July 12, 2021 Pro Tech will be onsite at 8:00 am to begin the first stages of the security camera installations in the common areas and garages of the Courtyards making our building even safer.
Construction has started on the future home of salad maker Sweetgreen, between Casper & Tommy Bahama on Rosemary Avenue at CityPlace, West Palm Beach.

The fast-casual restaurant chain was founded in 2007 by three Georgetown University graduates. It lists tennis star Naomi Osaka as an investor, & was named one of Fast Company's Most Innovative Businesses in 2019 & 2020.

Some of their popular dishes include Kale Caesar, Guacomole Greens, & Buffalo Chicken Bowl. They currently operate in over 100 locations across a dozen states.

Sweetgreen will be just 500 ft from the Couryards rental apartments.