This is the second part of a two-part series on the upcoming proposed hotel in Wilton Manors, speaking directly with the developer of the project.
This is the first of a two-part series in the upcoming propose hotel in Wilton Manors, speaking directly with the developer of the project.
Wilton Manors is getting its first hotel and the developer has a career spanning four decades, numerous booms-and-busts, and is still very much in the game. The hotel’s investors all possess backgrounds in real estate, but most lack lead developer Mark Ellert’s hotel experience.
Wilton Manors has long been working to make the city friendlier to bicyclists and pedestrians, and an overhaul of 26th Street east of Five Points is a key part of the plan.
The Community Affairs Advisory Board (CAAB) in Wilton Manors is getting three new faces. At their meeting on Aug. 22, the city commission filled the four vacancies created by expiring terms.
Is a hotel for the Island City a good or bad thing? Check out our news coverage on it and decide for yourself.
Unanimous. That was the vote by Wilton Manors’ Planning and Zoning (P&Z) board when considering requests for redevelopment at Shoppes of Wilton Manors, aka Alibi Plaza. During a special meeting on Aug. 16, the board took eight votes on proposed redevelopment of the site and each time voted ‘yes’ to move forward.
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