Palm Beach board gives nod to renovations

The Landmarks Preservation Commission in Palm Beach approved a new set of renovations for the historic Colony hotel at its recent monthly meeting.

In a unanimous vote on July 20, commissioners granted a certificate of appropriateness for renovations that include new awnings at the ground floor and penthouse levels, new chillers and a new cooling tower that will be placed in the hotel’s existing mechanical enclosure.

Commissioners also approved the hotel’s request for a setback variance, which the Town Council will review at its August meeting.

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