The website formerly known as exMiami is reporting that All Aboard Florida will have the official groundbreaking of their West Palm Beach station this week, November 12th, and although Curbed hasn't seen an official press release yet, it is our educated guess that this is probably true. The rendering above looks a lot like the West Palm station with that design tweak to the vertical v-shaped slatting that West Palm city pols insisted they do. Basically the Vs will be bigger and more widely spaced out than at the other stations, for city ordained aesthetic reasons.
Meanwhile, the Fort Lauderdale station already had its official groundbreaking, and site work has been spotted in Miami, although we spoke to AAF and they said shovels won't officially hit the ground (ceremonially or literally) until all permits and approvals are in place, which for Miami is not yet the case.
· Groundbreaking next week for AAF's West Palm Beach station [The Next Miami]
· FEC West Palm Beach Station coverage [Curbed Miami]