Proposal for Condominium Complex to go Before Planning Board

The developers were previously approved for a hotel and spa in 2005.

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The developers of a proposed hotel and spa on 11th Street and Ocean Avenue may will request changes to the site plan to turn the use into a residential condominium, including the addition of an extra story,  the Ocean City Gazette reports.

The developers of the proposed Soleil Hotel and Spa will go before the planning board on March 5 to request changes to the site plan, according to the report.

The proposal is for a five-story hotel and spa located across the street from The Flaners Hotel. The developer will request an increase of height in 15 feet and an increase of about 400 square feet, according to the report.

The plan was initially approved by the planning board in 2005, according to the report.

The developer is requesting approval for 96 four-bedroom units with a corner restaurant that can also serve as a center for tourism activities, according to the report.  

For the full report, visit shorenewstoday.com.

Bill McDonnell February 25, 2014 at 07:32 PM
Eric, think you have bettered you old record. 11 out of 16 comments, damn you love to hear your self, worst part is you believe your own BS. Just because you talk the most does not make you right. Thought you where leaving Patch, remember your rant about that, yet here you are listening to yourself talk.
Eric Sauder February 26, 2014 at 03:33 AM
Actually I was hoping for discourse. I'd like to know what other people think. As for me I said what I had to say.


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