The owners of the Palm House hotel property have hammered out a settlement with their Brazilian Avenue neighbors, who have withdrawn their objections to the long-delayed renovation project at 160 Royal Palm Way in Palm Beach.
The Architectural Commission this month reviewed — and approved — new landscape buffers and other changes designed to help mitigate noise, privacy and light-spillage concerns previously raised by the neighbors.
Virginia C. Simmons of 133 Brazilian Ave. and Timothy and Gayle DeVries of 141 Brazilian Ave. own the houses and a vacant lot that back up to the south side of the Palm House property.
“Our client is very pleased with the changes, and we support all (zoning-code) variance and special exceptions that will be needed” to accommodate the settlement requirements, said attorney Donald J. Lunny Jr., who represented Simmons.
The board’s approval on Dec….