PBPost: Tempers flare at Jupiter town council meet about mobile home park owned by JI resident


Archaeological and environmental studies must be complete before the project can be approved. (Source: Palm Beach Post)

Charles Modica, a Jupiter Island resident who paid about $17 million for the 103-unit park in 2013, plans to remove the mobile homes and build a $100 million Key West-style development.

Preliminary designs call for a non-gated community with a 200-room hotel, a dozen vacation cottages, retail space and underground parking for about 400 vehicles.

Current zoning limits building height to three stories.

For the complete story: http://npbc.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2015/10/20/suni-sands-residents-blast-jupiter-town-council/

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