From his used car dealership across the street, Rolf Schilter gazed at Grandview Public Market’s gleaming white building with its large mural of tropical leaves and shook his head.
“It’s a nice place but for people from somewhere else; it’s not for the people around here,” said Schilter. “A $15 salad? That’s a little bit expensive for the neighborhood.”
But pricey salads, along with nitro cold brew coffees, poke bowls — not to mention parking headaches — are the vanguard of an industrial revolution taking place in a once-moribund commercial neighborhood in West Palm Beach, just south of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.