Members of Palm Beach’s Landmarks Preservation Commission today praised Sterling Palm Beach’s proposal for the redevelopment of the Royal Poinciana Plaza. Sterling had planned to turn the 12-acre area into a waterfront park, but the landmarking of the Royal Poinciana Playhouse complicated the proposal. The developer is now proposing a three-acre public park, which commissioners supported. But several commissioners criticized the height of two five-story condominiums proposed for the property.
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