Royal Palm Beach Zoners Approve Design Changes For Two Local Businesses

Two Royal Palm Beach businesses won approval for improvements to exterior façades at the Royal Palm Beach Planning & Zoning Commission meeting Tuesday, July 25.

Bud’s Chicken & Seafood at 11705 Okeechobee Blvd. received permission to add awnings and repaint its building located in the Village Royale Shopping Center.

By a 5-0 vote, the panel approved the proposal from applicant Chris Brinkman to paint in a base color of Grecian Ivory and an accent color of Urban Putty, while choosing the Hyper Blue color for the awnings.

Also by a unanimous vote, Storage Rentals of America, represented by architect Steven E. Myott, earned a nod to change the façade colors of the self-storage business at 330 Business Park Way to match the company’s standard corporate colors.

The body of the two existing buildings will be white, and bay doors of the storage units will be red.

A representative of the business said that the painting is part of a continuing renovation that also included making over interior portions of the business, landscaping and fencing.

Village staff supported both items, and each passed with minimal debate or discussion among the commissioners.