City Centré in Palm Coast’s Town Center Has Its First Occupants

The third floor is now the home of both Palm Coast Holdings (the Master Developer of Town Center) and the Law Offices of Chiumento & Guntharp, P.A.

city center in palm coast town centerPalm Coast, FL – December 18, 2009 – Yesterday, the first occupants of the new 51,793 square foot City Centré in Town Center showed off their new surroundings to about 40 to 50 invited guest, including Palm Coast and Flagler County politicians. The $4.89 million three-story building is located within Town Center’s urban core (site plan), near the site set aside for a new City Hall. The third floor is the new home of both Palm Coast Holdings (the Master Developer of Town Center) and the Law Offices of Chiumento & Guntharp, P.A.
Mike Chiumento’s third-floor office sports what he calls his "Boston Legal" patio overlooking Town Centers central park fountain and lake. Comfortable chairs and cigars were not present. Yesterday, the patio sported only an illuminated inflatable Santa.
The first floor features 14,000 square feet of retail space. Jerry Masiello of Watson Realty, who handles leasing, says plans call for a salon, café, mail & copy center, jewelry store, Italian Restaurant, etc.
The second floor has been leased to ACI. ACI plans to relocate their approximately sixty-five employees from their present offices on Old Kings Road North early next year. The technology company provides web-based solutions to appraisers.
City Centré plans call for two additional buildings in the near future; a two-story 14,000 square foot office building and a 6,000 square foot lakefront restaurant.
Construction on the nearby Epic Theater is well underway but not yet too noticeable. The contractor is using a tip wall construction method where concrete walls are cast in forms laid out on the ground, then tipped into place. Several wall panels are already completed, awaiting the next step.

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5 replies
  1. jtw
    jtw says:


    Saw the layout of the Epic Theatre when I was there for the city’s birthday bash and thought it looked weird. Thanks for clearing it up. You know people are going to hit the roof to hear mention of City Hall there. I think it makes perfect sense, gives the city a ‘Main Street’ if you will.

  2. George Meegan
    George Meegan says:

    Build out in 2025 ?

    The Town Center is a gem for the city of Palm Coast, but it won’t shine until the economy recovers. It looks like a resume outline yet to be filled in. Nice layout, but nothing to read yet. We need good jobs, to attract the people, who will then bring the build out to life.

  3. Toby
    Toby says:

    Reply to John Boy

    City Hall WILL be built on the parcel designated for it north of central lake in Town Center. It will be built without bond money. I expect the new city hall will show up on the city council agenda after the first of the year.

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