An 800-space proposed parking garage for the town’s “funky fishing village” would boost business, according to several A1A residents and business people, but others say the four-level structure on A1A would be an “eyesore.”
“Parking is what we need. This area is turning into Jupiter’s downtown,” said Chad Van Boven, president of Guanabanas restaurant.
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Other potential and ongoing projects along A1A include:
- Approved Kempe project at Saturn Street for office, restaurant and retail with six residential units
- Lighthouse Mini-Golf under construction just west of DuBois Park is expected to be finished by Christmas
- Jupiter Inlet Marina project, on the former site of Seasport Marina on A1A at U.S. 1, is expected to be complete later this year. Restaurant, docks and retail under construction
- $5 million for new sidewalks and bike lanes, underground powerlines, and on-street parking expected to start next summer
- Water taxi stops
- Ten-acre Suni Sands mobile home park on Jupiter Inlet recently sold for about $16 million to Charles Modica. No redevelopment plans have been submitted
- Pa-Ja Motel, across from the Love Street parking lot, has been demolished. No redevelopment plans have been submitted