Testa’s Restaurant, a fixture of Royal Poinciana Way, could become the focal point for a wave of development if its owners can persuade the city to change its zoning. The Testa family wants changes that allow multi-family housing and more intense commercial development of up to three shops on the 110,000-square-foot site. They also plan to build a smaller restaurant on the property. Current zoning restricts rentals above the first floor. The ownership group first applied for rezoning in 2006.
Rezoning push for Palm Beach property
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