Tuttle proposes master plan with 1,000-plus homes in Royal Palm Beach

The Village Royale master plan also would encompass a commercial center covering about 32 acres, a park spanning over 10 acres, and a charter school

Aug.August 11, 2018 12:20 PM

Bridge will link Village Royale site to Southen Boulevard. (Credit: Allen Eyestone | Palm Beach Post)

Tuttle Land Investments proposed a master plan for mixed-use development in Royal Palm Beach with about 1,100 apartments and houses.

Called Village Royale, the master-planned development also would include a charter school, a park covering more than 10 acres, a commercial complex spanning just under 32 acres.

Michael Tuttle, manager of Tuttle Land Investments, told the Palm Beach Post that Village Royale will be “the CityPlace of the western communities,” referring to the mixed-use CityPlace center in West Palm Beach.

The master-plan development site is just west of State Road 7 and south of a canal that runs parallel to Southern Boulevard. The master plan includes a seven-lane bridge over the canal, connecting a planned commercial complex to Southern Boulevard.

Motorists passing the development site can see work under way on the bridge project across the C-51 canal.

The Royal Palm Beach village council is expected to review the Village Royale master plan Thursday in connection with the first reading of a proposed comprehensive plan for the town. [Palm Beach Post] – Mike Seemuth

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