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Testa family files application for new buildings

They hope to replace their restaurant with a two-story complex
September 09, 2014 05:15PM

A rendering of the new structure

A rendering of the new structure

The Testa family of Palm Beach staple Testa’s Restaurant filed a zoning application to replace its existing building, along with a vacant gas station and other buildings.

The family hopes to replace its restaurant with a two-story mixed-use complex featuring six condominium units, a courtyard accessed by north- and south-side colonnades and underground parking, according to the Palm Beach Daily News.

The Mediterranean Revival-style complex is designed by Dailey Janssen Architects and it encompasses 221 Royal Poinciana Way, 231 Royal Poinciana Way, 214 Sunset Avenue and 216 Sunset Avenue.

The ground level would include 19,995 square feet of retail space, a 6,209 square-foot restaurant, 7,565 square feet of covered exterior space and entrances for the second-floor residences, according to the site plan cited by the Palm Beach Daily News. [Palm Beach Daily News]Christopher Cameron