The Palm Beach Outlets opens tomorrow, where the Palm Beach Mall used to stand, but Chief Vince Demasi says there is plenty of security on hand.
The West Palm Beach Police Chief says you should feel safe while shopping at the new Palm Beach Outlets, which officially opens its doors on Friday.
Chief Vince Demasi says mall management took his suggestions when it came to security. There are several surveillance cameras set up and the parking lot is well lit. Also, off-duty officers will patrol the area.
If you're heading out for the grand opening on Friday, or the charity event Thursday night, that allows you to be one of the first shoppers, parking may be a bit of an issue.
Management says it will be difficult to accomodate parking for the big crowds expected to show up. The search for a spot could spill over outside of mall property.
There are 2,400 parking spaces at the Outlets right now. Once the other two phases of the mall are open, more spaces will become available.
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