Harbourside Place near completion

Massive commercial development cost $150M

Jun.June 16, 2014 04:30 PM

Six years after the Jupiter Town Council approved Harbourside Place, the $150 million, 360,000-square-foot commercial development is nearing completion.

Harbourside Place “is Jupiter,” project developer Nicholas Mastroianni told the Palm Beach Post. “Look around. You can shop. Connect to Riverwalk. Dock your boat. Rent a kayak. Eat outside. Listen to music. Watch the boats go by. Harbourside is casual. It fits.”

The massive project is scheduled to wrap up this September, and when it opens it will include two five-story waterfront hotels, with 178 rooms; two five-story parking garages; 66,000 square feet of retail; nearly 55,000 square feet of office space; and about 33,000 square feet of restaurant space. The property will also include a 600-seat amphitheater, a 2.5-mile bicycle-pedestrian pathway, and a 20-slip marina.

“(Mastroianni) is building something that does not exist in north county: a waterfront destination with office and retail. The public will love it,”  said John True, a realtor in Juno Beach. [PBP]Christopher Cameron

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