9.9 acres with 797 ft. of stunning beachfront. Approved for 87 units. Existing amenities include access to a 150-slip marina and the Greg Norman golf course at Emerald Bay. Existing on the property is a beach club offering upscale dining, event space, bar, pool, and cabanas. This property is perfectly positioned and suited for a condominium resort development and qualified for the Hotel Encouragement Act duty and tax exemptions. Offered at US $13,995,000
Area Boat Dock
Near Bike Paths, Ocean, Water View, Waterfront, Jogging / Biking Path, Beach Front
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