The Lakeport Hub Project (project) involves subdividing the 15.5-acre parcel to nine parcels for the purpose of developing a commercial center that would include a service station, six to eight restaurants, two retail buildings and a 70-room hotel. The commercial center would include on-site roadways accessing those commercial uses, with parking and landscaping distributed around the property, as well as serving each
proposed parcel. Access to the commercial center would be primarily from Parallel Drive, with three driveways into the center along Parallel Drive. The commercial development would be phased in with the service station and a restaurant on Parcels A and B representing Phase One; the hotel and restaurant on Parcels G representing Phase Two; and the remaining commercial retail and restaurants on the remaining
Parcels would represent Phase Three and would be developed as commercial tenants are found.
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Commercial (Sq. Ft. 116957, Acres 15.5, Employees 25)
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