A new proposal for the redevelopment of Royal Poinciana Way in Palm Beach put forth by a group of students at the University of Miami School of Architecture received praise from several Town Council members at a May 13th meeting. The proposal calls for less density than one previously submitted by the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council, rejecting the idea of building a new building at the northeast corner of Royal Poinciana Plaza and replacing gardens inside the plaza with street.
UM’s Royal Poinciana plans garner praise
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