Allegiant Air is preparing for an area testimonial of its website plan for a 22-acre waterfront resort in southwest Florida as well as preparing to break ground in the summertime.
Last August, the discount-fare airline revealed plans for the advancement in Port Charlotte called Sunseeker Resort.
Port Charlotte residents have worries regarding the planned development along Charlotte Harbor, including its influence on a neighboring public park and also on traffic jam and car park accessibility.
Sunseeker Florida, a subsidiary of Allegiant, plans to develop a resort with 720 condos that owners can rent out, 75 conventional hotel rooms, concerning 10 dining establishments as well as retailers, an exclusive marina for boat proprietors as well as renters, and also a 1,000-foot swimming pool.
John Redmond, the president of Allegiant, directly acquired as well as set up the 22-acre development site, situated within 6 miles of Punta Gorda Flight Terminal, where Allegiant is the single traveler airline company.
Charlotte County commissioners recently acted that allows an Allegiant subsidiary, Sunseeker Florida, to redevelop individual great deals within the 22-acre site.
The county commissioners also guided Sunseeker Florida to broaden a road that intersects with one more fronting the advancement site.
Sunseeker Florida, which soon will send a site prepare for county testimonial, intends to start building by summer season. [Naples Daily Information]– Mike Seemuth