Residential redevelopment proposed for Wellington bar and restaurant property

The developer would be Sperin LLC, which paid $1.9 million in 2001 to acquire a building in Wellington location of the Players Club bar and Suri West restaurant

Miami /
Jan.January 13, 2019 03:20 PM

Players Club bar in Wellington

The owner of a property in Wellington that houses a bar and restaurant proposed a project to develop a two residential buildings on the site.

Sperin LLC, led by manager Neil Hirsch, proposed demolishing the property and replacing it with a four-story, 54-unit residential development with a rooftop swimming pool.

In 2001, Sperin paid $1.9 million to acquire the building where the Players Club bar and the Suri West restaurant are located.

Sperin also proposed construction of a three-story, eight-unit residential building on the site of the bar and restaurant, located at the intersection of Greenview Shores Boulevard and South Shore Boulevard in Wellington.

Both the three-story and four-story residential buildings would have underground parking garages.

The average size of the residential units would be about 2,800 square feet, according to Bob Basehart, Wellington’s planning, zoning and building director.

Sperin filed several applications with the village government, including one that proposes a taller limit on building height in some areas of Wellington.

The height limit is now 35 feet for buildings outside the State Road corridor in Wellington. Sperin wants the village to allow taller buildings along other arterial roads in Wellington.

The limited liability company also proposed changing the approved land use for its property from commercial recreation to multifamily low.

According to Basehart, Wellington’s Planning, Zoning and Adjustment Board could consider the company’s applications as early as March. [Palm Beach Post]Mike Seemuth


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