Ducking under mangroves to reach the Intracoastal Waterway, Fane Lozman spreads his arms wide as he contemplates living on a narrow strip of land on Singer Island that most believed would never be developed
3100 N OCEAN DRIVE
- Planned use: a Wellness Resort and Spa, with two 20-story towers
- Amrit is requesting an increase from their original plan of 286 to 342 units under “Resort District” zoning
- Site plan shows compliance with 1979 coastal setback requirements vs. updated 1997 state requirements
a. At a recent city council meeting this project was exempted from the 6-month coastal building moratorium currently in effect for other projects. The moratorium will allow Riviera Beach city codes to be brought into compliance with the 1997 state setback requirements.
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An important area of focus for the CRA is working to ensure that its district is a safe and inviting place for those who live and work in Riviera Beach, as well as visitors who come to the area for dining, shopping, and entertainment.
City Council Meeting August 20 – Remember the “Friendliest Corner in Riviera Beache”.
SICA has a long history of concern for the preservation of our island’s habitat and natural assets. As important as the ocean is to our Singer Island culture, ecology and economy, so too is that portion of the Intracoastal Waterway bordering western Singer Island known as the Lake Worth Lagoon. Indeed SICA owns property today along Ocean Drive that was purchased in 1999 to assist in preserving the lagoon envi-ronment.