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Officials to pave way for sale of another city lot PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 27 April 2016 19:07

Port commission expected to declare parking area across from Blues Factory site surplus as developers finalize plans 

The Port Washington Plan Commission on Thursday is expected to declare the city-owned boat-trailer parking adjacent to the former Victor’s restaurant surplus property, opening the door for the potential sale and development of the land near the city’s lakefront.

This is the second public lakefront parking lot the city is considering selling. City officials are pursuing a controversial plan to sell a parking lot along the edge of the north slip for the Blues Factory entertainment complex. That lot is on the south side of Washington Street and across from the restaurant and boat-trailer lot.  

There are apparently two developers interested in the boat-trailer parking lot. City officials said they have been talking to Ansay Development, which owns the Victor’s property, about the potential for using a portion of the lot for future development of the property.

And architect Stephen Perry Smith, who is currently working on the Port Harbour Lights development in downtown, has also expressed interest in obtaining the lot for a residential development.

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