Here is a drone’s view of Jupiter’s Harbourside

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Harbourside Place in Jupiter expected to open in the fall

With opening planned in October, final touches are being placed on the hotel, marina, public amphitheater, retail stores and sidewalks at the $150 million Harbourside Place in Jupiter.

A drone recently took the attached video of the 10-acre site, the former location for the Burt Reynolds & Friends Museum on the northwest corner of Indiantown Road and U.S. 1 in Jupiter.

(Drone courtesy of Allied Capital and Development.)

HARBOURSIDE PLACE

* Wyndham Grand five-story waterfront hotel, with 179 rooms with outdoor pool overlooking Intracoastal Waterway. Enclosed overhead walkway between two buildings. Hotel is 75 feet tall.

* Two five-story parking garages with 929 total spaces. Parking will be validated, the same as CityPlace. Retail stores on bottom floors of parking garages. About 70 outdoor parking spaces.

* About 112,000 square feet of hotel space, 66,000 square feet of retail, 55,000 square feet of office space and 33,000 square feet of restaurant space.

* Restaurants with outdoor seating.

* Public amphitheater with seating for about 600.

* A 15-foot-wide sidewalk connection to Riverwalk and 2.5-mile bicycle-pedestrian pathway from Jupiter Inlet to Ocean Way.

* A marina with 20 private slips and 271 feet for public boat docking. A public dock for about nine boats is just north of Harbourside.

* A water taxi stand.

* Harbourside has no residential development.

 

Here’s a scheduled for businesses opening at Harbourside:

First half of October:

  • Wyndham Grand Jupiter at Harbourside Place
  • Coffee Culture
  • Pucci & Catana
  • Bravo Cucina
  • Johnny Swirls
  • Too Bizaare
  • iClass Eyewear
  • Another Broken Egg

Second half of October:

  • White House | Black Market
  • John Craig

November

  • Tommy Bahama
  • A Pink Princess

January

  • Chico’s

February

  • Francescas

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