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The TikiMarket at the Riviera Beach Marina

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Island Eats, Exotic Treats, Calypso Beats, and an All-New Summertime Saturday “Fresh & Green Morning” Caribbean-Style Farmers’ Market

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October 15, 2023, RIVIERA BEACH, FLORIDA – TikiMarket is back & vibin’ LIVE entertainment weekly! Launching with the spirited sounds of LOCAL Riviera Beach SOS (Sounds of Success) Community Marching Band + Marijah & the Reggae Allstars at their finest!

Just follow the 🎶Sundays to your good vibes island-y market!

Sponsored by the Riviera Beach CRA, TikiMarket is located in Riviera Beach Marina Village @ 190 East 13th Street. The market is also accessible by boat, water taxi and the Peanut Island Ferry. Parking is free, and dogs on leash are always welcome. For information, email Alisa at TikimarketRB@gmail.com

Stay informed on all developments in the Riviera Beach CRA by following the official Facebook, Instagram @RBCRA and Twitter @RivieraBeachCRA pages or by visiting rbcra.com.

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Berkeley Landing – New Development

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Berkeley Landing, the City’s newest affordable residential community, is out for bid! The City is encouraging participation by Riviera Beach-based subcontractors. Register, pre-qualify and download the plans for bid today! For information on how to bid, contact Nate Cummings at Pinnacle via email: nate@pinnaclehousing.com. Deadline for bids is December 17, 2021.

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‘Cultural diversity’ changing how people in Riviera Beach ‘live, work and play’

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RIVIERA BEACH, FLORIDA – ‘Cultural diversity’ changing how people in Riviera Beach ‘live, work and play’

Diversity matters. It’s not just a slogan and there’s plenty of research that shows more people value a more “culturally diversified” workforce. But in one South Florida city, cultural diversity is changing how people “live, work and play.”

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View the entire news story on WPTV: https://www.wptv.com/news/region-c-palm-beach-county/riviera-beach/cultural-diversity-changing-how-people-in-riviera-beach-live-work-and-play

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BankUnited Awarded RBCDC $6,000 for Programs

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RIVIERA BEACH, FLORIDA – BankUnited awarded $6,000 to the Riviera Beach Community Development Corporation, Inc for Upcoming Programs

BankUnited gave Riviera Beach Community Development Corporation a charitable grant in the amount of $6,000 for the purpose to help with COVID recovery for the communities and families in the Riviera Beach.

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“Nonprofit organizations are continuing to serve as a beacon of hope during this pandemic, providing crucial support beyond what is typical to ensure the wellbeing of our communities,” said Rajinder P. Singh, BankUnited chairman, president and CEO. “Through our community development grants program, BankUnited remains committed to helping these organization rise to meet today’s challenges.”

“This grant is vital to our work in the community,” said Darryl Leonard, Board President of the Riviera Beach Community Development Corporation, Inc. “We are very grateful to BankUnited for their commitment to making Palm Beach County a better place for many individuals who are in urgent need of programs to get back on their feet after COVID.”

With banking centers throughout Florida and the New York metropolitan area. BankUnited consistently ranks as one of the top regional banks in Florida and the nation and is one of the largest independent depository institutions headquarters in Florida by assets.

To learn more about the what the Riviera Beach Community Development Corporation does for Riviera Beach, call (561) 844-3408 or click here: https://www.rbcra.com/community- development-corporation/

The Riviera Beach Community Development Corporation

The Riviera Beach CDC operates within the redevelopment area of Riviera Beach as established by the City Council and the City of Riviera Beach to acquire, rehabilitate, and operate affordable housing for families of modest means and the elderly to live safely and in sanitary conditions.

The CDC provides investment capital to low-income communities and individuals and engages in other community development for the purposes of community and neighborhood improvement and increases economic development via increased sustainable business and jobs. For more information, visit http://rivierabeachcdc.org/.

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Thursday Tastes of Riviera Beach Food Truck Series

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RIVIERA BEACH, FLORIDA – Thursday Tastes of Riviera Beach Food Truck Series
The City of Riviera Beach and the Riviera Beach CRA have partnered together to bring the third Thursday of the month food truck series for three months to the Riviera Beach Marina Village’s Spanish Court. Thursday Tastes of Riviera Beach starts on Thursday, September 16, 2021 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Come out and join us for great food, live entertainment, fun for families, and so much more!

Chairperson Shirley Lanier said in the CRA meeting on August 26, 2021, “I am very glad we are at the point of activating that site. That even though, we are looking forward to economic development there, having it activated will give us some opportunity for revenue and also for local businesses that have food trucks in the Riviera Beach area.”

Spanish Courts is located at 190 E. 13th Street Riviera Beach, FL 33404 inside the Riviera Beach Marina Village. To learn more about the food truck series, call (561) 844-3408 or click here: www.rbcra.com/events-calendar/

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The Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency The Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency is at the heart of dramatic transformations underway within the district. Formed in 1984 by the Riviera Beach City Council, the Riviera Beach CRA provides funding for a wide scope of projects that incentivize economic growth through business attraction and retention; finances and new and improved infrastructure for real estate projects; and generally works to expand the tax base by creating a welcoming environment that eliminates blight and improves the perception of safety in the area. The Agency’s main mission is to guide the city’s redevelopment efforts. This includes making investments of public funds in key infrastructure improvement projects that have the capacity to act as a catalyst for additional private funding and development, create jobs and help to improve the quality of life for city residents. For more information about the Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, follow the official Facebook, Instagram @RBCRA and Twitter @RivieraBeachCRA pages or visit www.rbcra.com.