West Palm Beach's CityPlace is probably one of the most successful New Urbanist infill projects in the country. In the familiar scenario of south Florida redevelopment a marginal ghetto area was transformed into a haven for jet-setters and tourists. However, CityPlace is not just a festival marketplace: if you look closely you will see a residential neighborhood within it, independent retailers, and a Publix grocery store. CityPlace also boasts cultural attractions including the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, one of the best venues in the region. Along with the revitalization efforts in the Clematis St. area, CityPlace has brought suburbanites to the city and spurred infill redevelopment in a hollowed-out urban area. So despite the "boutique city" flavor CityPlace and the revitalization of downtown WPB is a good thing for a region where sprawl is king.
A recent thread pointed to the fact that modern "traditional" architecture is quite absymal. While I can claim only a rudimentary knowledge of architecture I didn't get the impression CityPlace suffers the fate of its contemporaries. Nothing looks cheap and the details aren't overlooked, especially the arcades.