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Conservationist to buy Lion Country Safari, plans expansion

The owners of Lion Country Safari will sell the park to wildlife conservationist Marcella Leone, according to published reports. Lion Country Safari Inc., led by Leon Unterhalter, Harold Kramer and Marc Unterhalter, is selling the 640-acre attraction at 2003 Lion Country Safari Road, the Sun Sentinel reported. The company has owned the property since 1986, records show. Leone is founder and director of Greenwich, Connecticut-based Leo Zoological Conservation Center, a 100-acre property that’s on the market for $39 million. A sales price for Lion Country Safari was not disclosed, but the appraised market value of the Palm Beach County land is $9.67 million. The zoo features about 1,000 animals from six continents, and is home to one of the largest herd of rhinos and zebras in ...

Movies, bowling and more approved in Jupiter’s Abacoa

Despite concerns about parking, the town council on Tuesday night unanimously approved a $22 million plan for CineBowl & Grille, an Abacoa entertainment center with restaurants, bowling lanes, pool tables and a movie theater. See the full story in The Palm Beach Post. From Northern Palm Beach County. For more information, visit – http://ift.tt/2rDAPpC

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$22 M entertainment center up for final vote Tuesday in Jupiter. IMAX Theater plus restaurants might be coming to Abacoa.

A $22 million plan for restaurants, bowling lanes and a 12-screen movie theater in Jupiter’s Abacoa — with an IMAX — is up for final approval at Tuesday’s 7 p.m. council meeting. The IMAX theater would have about 300 seats. Photo provided by Gary Corannado. “(The entertainment center) will bring back the live/work/play idea of Abacoa. It will be the anchor tenant downtown Abacoa needs,” said Scott Hedge, the project manager. See the full story in The Palm Beach Post. From Northern Palm Beach County. For more information, visit – http://ift.tt/2sIWCjb

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Whole Foods at Downtown at the Gardens is making some changes

The view from the overlook along the walking path at Downtown at the Gardens, which includes a Whole Foods Market. Daily News File Photo by Lee Hershfield  The Downtown at the Gardens shopping center is in for some big changes, but first, the Whole Foods there will get some freshening up of its own. RELATED: Downtown at the Gardens shopping center could get total makeover Renovations at Whole Foods at the outdoor shopping mall off PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens will start this fall and take about six months to finish, according to spokeswoman Heather McCready. The store will stay open for business throughout construction. The changes include “food trend-inspired innovations” and upgrades based on customer feedback. There will be improvements to the lighting and heating, ...