The developers website offers "special pre-construction pricing starting at $1,866,750". With units "ranging in size from 1,900 to more than 2,300 square feet", that translates to nearly $1000 per square foot.
This development caused quite a bit of anxiety among Old Town residents, who thought the initial plans for over 100 condo units was too dense (and tall) for the area. After a long battle, the 32-unit version became the final plan. And now, the construction is under way.
While riding down Lazy Lane, adjacent to the Schooner Wharf Bar ("The Last Little Piece of Old Key West") and home to little shacks housing cottage industries, one can't help but notice the two-and-a-half-story building practically touching the funky Lane.
Notice the photo attached to this blog post (click the photo to see a larger version).
Aren't there set-back requirements that restrict building so close to the property line - especially for a building that is nearly 35 feet tall?
Or does Harbor House own Lazy Lane?
Or was this a part of the development agreement?
Will there be any landscaping between Lazy Lane and this building?
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