The Palm Beacher: 10 New Brands Set To Open At The Royal Poinciana Plaza
Just when we thought Palm Beach’s The Royal Poinciana Plaza had perfectly captured the spirit of an elite island, stepping stylishly into the modern era, we heard that 10 fresh faces will soon arrive on the scene.
From an outpost of New York City-based fitness craze SoulCycle to a contemporary art gallery focused on championing women and LGBTQ artists, it seems The Royal Poinciana Plaza is only getting hotter.
“We are humbled by the overwhelming community support and tremendous success that came in The Royal’s first year,” shares Samantha Perry David, chief operating officer at WS Development and Head of Up Markets, a division of WS that owns and manages the plaza.
“There is nothing that makes me happier than to see shoppers trying to balance an Hermès orange shopping bag in one hand and a green juice from Celis [Produce] in the other as they hop back on their bicycles for their morning jaunt on the Lake Trail. We launched this project with an exceptional group of retailers, and this year’s additions are in direct response to what our customers have asked for.”
The 10 new tenants will join long-time staples like Palm Beach Grill and instant hits like Assouline, Sant Ambroeus, Kirna Zabête and Coyo Taco. Below, a brief introduction to the new shops on the block.