Palm Beach Illustrated: The Royal Poinciana Plaza Unveils Sustainability Initiatives
On top of being an iconic lifestyle destination, epicurean paradise, and retail mecca, The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach’s ever-iconic outpost, will soon tack on “environmentally responsible” to its extensive repertoire. In conjunction with the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, the plaza revealed a property-wide environmental consciousness initiative that will include a new recycling program, partnerships with eco-friendly vendors, and perpetuating the Town of Palm Beach’s plastic straw and stirrers ban in partnership with Loggerhead Marinelife Center.
“As a waterfront community, sustainability is essential, and we knew our tenants would be as passionate as we are” says The Royal Poinciana Plaza Interim General Manager and Senior Director of Development, Alexandra Patterson. “From numerous tenants participating on their own, property-wide recycling measures, to organic-only vendors including pest control and landscaping, to ensuring that our green space is eco-friendly for generations to enjoy, we’re completely committed to doing our part and couldn’t be more excited to have so many of our businesses participate in this effort.”