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Initial vote tonight for luxury townhouses on Jupiter’s waterfront 


A preliminary town council  vote to allow 33 two-story townhouses to be built along A1A is scheduled at tonight’s, Nov. 21, 7 p.m. meeting at Jupiter town hall.

The 2,000-square-foot units are expected to start at under $700,000. 

The developer is Larry Wright, who built the Ocean Breeze townhouse development in on U.S. 1 in Juno Beach.

The plan for Inlet Waters calls for seven two-story buildings along with a private marina with five docks. 

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Two buildings would be on the Jupiter River and two fronting A1A. 

READ the full story in The Palm Beach Post.

A pool and the other three buildings would be in the center of the property.

Entry/exit would be from A1A.

 READ: Why weren’t power lines buried during $8 million A1A project?  

Tonight’s meeting is to vote on the request to rezone the four-acre property from general commercial to Inlet Village District-Residential. 

The town’s planning and zoning commission recommends approval.

The second and final town council vote on the zoning change is planned Dec. 5.

The council must also approve the site plan before construction can begin.

 


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