Consideration of Fisherman’s Wharf, a six-story waterfront residential development across from Harbourside Place, has been rescheduled until April 13 before the town’s planning and zoning commission.
The plan calls for three residential buildings, about as tall as Harbourside Place and almost twice as high as the town code allows, on the west side of Intracoastal Waterway just north of Indiantown Road.
Plans for a marina with private docks for residents, a clubhouse, a recreation area with a cabana and pool and an underground parking garage have been submitted.
The plan is the latest for more Jupiter residential development along the Intracoastal Waterway.
The council on Jan. 17 approved Water Pointe, a 35-unit townhouse development on the west side of U.S. 1 just north of the Cabo Flats restaurant.
Waters Edge Estates residents have met with the developer, said homeowners association board member Paul Chaney. The 20-lot development is located directly north of the Fisherman’s Wharf property.
“We’re waiting to see the final plan,” said Chaney.
Several residents have voiced support for the project, said Fisherman’s Wharf land planner George Gentile.
Fisherman’s Wharf would be a gated development would have buildings about 74 feet high.
Each would have 12 units.
The planning and zoning commission makes recommendations to the town council.
The council, which must approve the project before construction can begin, is not bound by the commission’s recommendation.
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