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Looks like someone is taking another stab at trying to redevelop the old Sunland Center on Phillips Road. It's on the agenda for this coming Thursday's meeting. I hope it works out for them because it seems a shame for this prime site to just sit there in ruins. I know they've got the whole asbestos issue to deal with but they seem to have beeen able to overcome that obstacle in other old buildings around town.

Pre-Submittal

Sunland Property (11-28-20-901-0000) (TPA060001) located on 25.39 acres on

the south side of Miccusukee Road and north of Mahan Drive, with Blair Stone Road

and Phillips Road dissecting the property. The proposed project is the conversion of an

existing 343,000 sq. ft. building to 200,000 sq. ft. of office/hotel space. The property is

zoned OR-3 (Office Residential).

PROJECT COORDINATOR: Southside Team (891-7100)

Glenn Berman

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Looks like someone is taking another stab at trying to redevelop the old Sunland Center on Phillips Road. It's on the agenda for this coming Thursday's meeting. I hope it works out for them because it seems a shame for this prime site to just sit there in ruins. I know they've got the whole asbestos issue to deal with but they seem to have beeen able to overcome that obstacle in other old buildings around town.

Pre-Submittal

Sunland Property (11-28-20-901-0000) (TPA060001) located on 25.39 acres on

the south side of Miccusukee Road and north of Mahan Drive, with Blair Stone Road

and Phillips Road dissecting the property. The proposed project is the conversion of an

existing 343,000 sq. ft. building to 200,000 sq. ft. of office/hotel space. The property is

zoned OR-3 (Office Residential).

PROJECT COORDINATOR: Southside Team (891-7100)

Glenn Berman

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About time something was done there. Having that good of a location be nothing more than an eyesore was difficult to comprehend. Now some good infill will take its place there.

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