With the $16 million sale of Suni Sands mobile home park registered in county records, local officials and residents have different views for the future of the 10 prime waterfront acres in the town’s “funky fishing village” overlooking the Jupiter Inlet.
“I expect there will be residential,” said Councilman Todd Wodraska, “with retail fronting A1A. Maybe boat access. It’s not going to be another Harbourside. It will be more low-key.”
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Staff researcher Niels Heimeriks contributed to this story.