Hollywood Approves Margaritaville Resort Deal

City commission approve plan to build 349-room resort at Hollywood Beach

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    The Hollywood City Commission has agreed to allow a developer to take over five acres of beachfront property to build the Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort.
     
    Commissioners approved the deal Wednesday night in a 6-1 vote. Developers have until July 9 to get financing in line, secure bonds and get permits to build the 349-room resort. The complex also includes a garage with 600 public parking spaces, a refurbished band shell and public restrooms
     
    The Miami Herald reports the project is expected to cost $147 million and take 27 months to build.
     
    The city will lease the land to developers and commissioners pledged to give $23 million for furniture, fixtures and equipment. The newspaper reports the city will receive $1 million in yearly rent, with a 15-percent increase every year.

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