The New Port Richey City Council is set to make history as it moves forward with the rezoning of a 3.67-acre property for the construction of two six-story condominium buildings and a new hotel – making this a remarkable project in the area. With stunning views of “one of the most beautiful sunsets” according to principal Eric Simone, multiple hotel brands have already expressed interest in having part of this ambitious development, aiming to bring both jobs from the construction phase but also when the hotel opens. Mayor Chopper Davis has voiced positive opinions on the future of such a crown jewel in the area. Davis also commented positively on the project, stressing that it will bring in jobs not only from the construction phase but also when the hotel is operational.
He proudly noted the features that have been included in the plans, such as added landscaping, specified numbers of parking spaces, sidewalks along the roadways and the canal, underground storm water holding and a minimum turning radius in parking areas. Bicycle racks and benches are also planned, and the condos and hotel will each have their own swimming pools but will share an event space. To top it off, the condominium will have an active recreational park and a dog park, all of which should make for a vibrant and inviting intersection.
Council members Kelly Mothershead and Mike Peters were thrilled with how much the project packed onto the site and exclaimed that it would truly be a crown jewel.
Taking all factors into consideration, the rezoning of the 3.67 acres for a six-story condominium buildings and a new hotel will be a positive addition to the area of New Port Richey that generates financial benefits for local businesses, residents, visitors as well as solve the existing housing shortage problem. This ambitious project is sure to open new avenues of investment and development opportunities for the people of New Port Richey and surrounding areas. Thus, giving fillip to the cities’ economic development plans while creating job opportunities for citizens.