Colony resort in Palm Beach to shut for the reason that of nearby construction initiatives

M.M. Cloutier

With two public infrastructure construction projects happening on adjacent streets, The Colony is taking the opportunity to close for nearly six weeks for a deep clean and refresh.

The Colony will be shut to the public Sunday through Sept. 22 whilst two town building tasks flanking the lodge house are underway.

All through the closure, reservations, safety and other lodge departments at the 89-place hotel, 155 Hammon Ave., will continue being active though a assets-wide cleansing and schedule maintenance get put.

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“When we reopen, we’ll be gleaming and bright-eyed and ready to go for one more period,” common supervisor Bruce Seigel instructed the Everyday News Thursday.

Watermain work and a part of the town’s 10-calendar year, $128 million undergrounding venture are set for completion close to the lodge.

Knowing months back that it would have to close simply because of these construction initiatives, The Colony labored with the town to make certain that it transpired throughout the slowest time of calendar year.