Until recently, the plaza at the corner of Richard Jackson Boulevard and Hutchison Boulevard was dilapidated and almost empty. But substantial renovations have been made to the plaza and it now is filling up with tenants.
Signatory airlines receive revenue sharing from the airport, and can brand their gate and ticket counters with airport approval.
When it is complete, the project, located on 210 acres on the east end of Panama City Beach within the Breakfast Point development, is proposed to consist of an outdoor field complex, an indoor sports center and a new elementary school.
Members of Florida’s Congressional Delegation say plans to deepen the Harbor at Port Panama City are shovel ready, but they say the Army Corp of Engineers is not funding the project.
Some tourists say it would be a perfect place for a rainy day!
Commercial traditionally follows about two years behind residential in North Florida. We’re heading in the right direction!
If you’re planning on buying or selling property in Panama City Beach, now’s the time to do so. Realty experts said over the last two year’s the housing market has been in an upward swing.
The development would include a sports park, an elementary and middle school, 1,760 single-family dwellings, 440 multi-family residential units, up to 750 hotel rooms, 7,500 square feet of office use, 160,000 square feet of commercial uses and a new fire station.