Two four-story hotels planned for Jacksonville

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Outline of the proposed two=-hotel development from filings with the St. Johns Water Management District

Port Orange-based property owner Pearl Eagles LLC has filed site development plans with St. Johns County and the St. Johns River Water Management District to develop two four-story hotels with 132 rooms, the Jacksonville Daily Record (JDR) reports.

‘St. Augustine-based Matthews Design Group Inc. is the agent and civil engineer. The plans did not include a development schedule.

The hotels would be built on 2.7 acres at Toms Road and County Road 208 south of the St. Augustine Premium Outlets and Florida 16.

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The Anderson Park PUD Hotels projects include a 72-room, 44,207-sq. ft. Candlewood Suites, an InterContinental Hotel Group brand, and a 60-room, 32,052-sq. ft. Sleep Inn, associated with Choice Hotels International.

County records indicate Pearl Eagles LLC purchased the property in 2017 for $640,000.

A development schedule was not included in the applications.

“Plans show the hotels would be built with a stormwater underdrain and underground retention system on the western portion of the development’s 132 parking spaces, one per room,” JDR reported.

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