Sarasota News Leader

07/04/2014

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Benderson Development is seeking a rezone that would allow the company to build a large- scale retail shopping center and a hotel on 24 acres it owns at the intersection of South Tamiami Trail and Stickney Point Road. T h e l a r g e - s c a l e "Siesta Promenade" is designed to become an attraction for locals and tourists alike who will shop, dine and seek accommodations at the site of a former mobile home park. Preliminary plans show a 150-room hotel and 250,000 square-feet of retail space in 12 structures. "We see the project as a neighborhood center that will provide a blend of daily services with retailers and restau- rants that visitors to the area will also be excited to visit," said Benderson Director of Development Todd Mathes. But residents living in the Pine Shores Benderson purchased the 24 acres in 2005. It was the site of Pine Shores Estates Mobile Home Park. Photo by Roger Drouin PROMENADE PLANS IN THE LATEST VERSION OF PLANS FOR THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF STICKNEY POINT AND SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL, BENDERSON PROPOSES A HOTEL AND SHOPPING CENTER IN THE LATEST VERSION OF PLANS FOR THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF STICKNEY POINT AND SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL, BENDERSON PROPOSES A HOTEL AND SHOPPING CENTER I'm hopeful to meet our more immediate neighbors so that we can work on a landscape and buffer plan to integrate the shopping center to the neighborhood. Todd Mathes Director of Development By Roger Drouin County Editor

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