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Key Club adding “Grand Entrance” to South Longboat Islandside Resort

Key Club adding “Grand Entrance” to South Longboat Islandside Resort

“This will accentuate the sense of arrival to the resort and golf course, but also for the owners of the numerous residences behind the gates.”

October 16, 2018 | Posted in Major Headlines, Top Box | Read More »

Ocean Properties to purchase Chart House property

Ocean Properties to purchase Chart House property

The owner of the Resort at Longboat Key Club is expanding its holdings on Longboat Key. Ocean Properties Ltd. is under contract to buy real estate at 201 Gulf of Mexico Drive. The deal includes a building with several tenants, one of which is the Chart House Restaurant. The Delray Beach company expects to close […]

September 23, 2013 | Posted in Major Headlines, Top Box | Read More »

The IPOC judicial decision

The IPOC judicial decision

The judge in the case of the IPOC against the major expansion of the Longboat Key Club has been rendered and probably to no one’s surprise, the judge came down on the side of the residents. There are many facets to this decision but a basic one is the issue I have been pounding at from the beginning; how can the Town Commission allow an individual developer to come in and walk all over the great majority of the adjacent landowners when the codes say otherwise?

January 6, 2012 | Posted in Al Green, Opinion | Read More »

A Coldwell Christmas

A Coldwell Christmas

The holiday spirit was felt, literally, at the Coldwell Banker end-of-year celebration at its Chart House office

December 17, 2010 | Posted in Key Life, Top Box | Read More »

Town tells Key Club to tweak plan

Town tells Key Club to tweak plan

“Ladies and gentlemen, it is decision time.” Those words spoken by Key Club Attorney John Patterson at the close of last Wednesday’s Commission meeting foreshadow the imminent vote next week on the $400 million Islandside redevelopment proposal. But before making that decision, the Commission directed the Key Club, Town staff and counsel, and the Islandside Property Owners Coalition to spend the four days leading up to Monday’s meeting to “tweak” or modify the proposal to address lingering concerns.

June 11, 2010 | Posted in Major Headlines, Top Box | Read More »