See how much Palm Beach County’s priciest commercial properties appreciated

The Breakers is No. 3 on the list of most valuable properties in Palm Beach County.

The Breakers is worth $224 million, according to the Palm Beach County Property Appraiser.

Palm Beach County’s prominent commercial properties have seen mostly measured appreciation over the past two years. One exception: The Darth Vader building, which sold in March for $68 million.

The property’s value has more than doubled in the past two years, according to the Palm Beach County Property Appraiser’s Office, which released its estimates of 2016 values this week.

The Mall at Wellington Green also rocketed in value. It sold in 2014 for $341 million, the highest price ever paid for a Palm Beach County property. A sampling:

Northbridge Center (office, West Palm Beach)

2014 value: $18 million

2016 value: $38.4 million

Two-year change: 113 percent

Mall at Wellington Green (retail, Wellington)

2014 value: $132.8 million

2016 value: $246 million

Two-year change: 85 percent

Gardens Mall (retail, Palm Beach Gardens)

2014 value: $220 million

2016 value: $297.8 million

Two-year change: 35 percent

Breakers Palm Beach (hotel, Palm Beach)

2014 value: $173.9 million

2016 value: $223.8 million

Two-year change: 29 percent

Phillps Point west tower (office, West Palm Beach)

2014 value: $55.3 million

2016 value: $77.8 million

Two-year change: 41 percent

Phillips Point east tower (office, West Palm Beach)

2014 value: $55.6 million

2016 value: $75.2 million

Two-year change: 35 percent

Town Center Mall (retail, Boca Raton)

2014 value: $365 million

2016 value: $460 million

Two-year change: 26 percent

CityPlace tower (office, West Palm Beach)

2014 value: $101.1 million

2016 value: $123.3 million

Two-year change: 23 percent

Boca Raton Resort & Club (hotel, Boca Raton)

2014 value: $159.1 million

2016 value: $197.6 million

Two-year change: 24 percent

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