Thursday, July 6, 2017

Daily Progress Report.* Gulfstream Hotel, Lake Worth, Florida.

Thursday, July 6th, 2017.

“We’re bringing back that vibrancy to the hotel, which in turn brings back vibrancy to the downtown district,” said Michael [Steven Michael, principal of developer Hudson Holdings.”
—Quote in the Sun Sentinel datelined April 14th, 2017.

Eighty-three (83) days later there’s still not any “vibrancy” going on.
It would help our Downtown look more appealing to have a tree trimming crew show up now and then.

5 Star Luxury - Coming Winter 2015”?
Hudson Holdings “is a national historic property developer.Use this link to watch a short video, “Gulfsteam Hotel Progress Report”.

This sidewalk is nearly impassable due to all the unkempt vegetation and weeds:
From Hudson Holdings’ website: “[T]he Gulfstream Hotel is a glimpse into the past . . . undergoing a multi-million dollar face lift.”

Daily Progress Reports:

  • Tuesday, June 27th, 2017, use this link.
  • Wednesday, June 28th (windows left open all the time and plywood for security of the structure).
  • Thursday, June 29th: “Grand Reopening of Lake Worth’s Historic Landmark”.
  • Friday, June 30th: “5 Star Luxury - Coming Winter 2015”.
  • Saturday, July 1st: “[T]his elegant property is undergoing a multi-million dollar face lift”, according to Hudson Holdings’ website.
  • Sunday, July 2nd: Special treat, “Preserving Tomorrow”. Watch this video, Hudson Holdings “is a national historic property developer”.
  • Monday, July 3rd: “A tree growing out of the structure cannot be good for this ‘elegant’ structure. Simple pruning shears would help this ‘multi-million dollar facelift.’ ”
  • Tuesday, July 4th: “Once referred to as the ‘Jewell of Lake Worth’ . . . this elegant property is undergoing a multi-million dollar face lift.”
  • Wednesday, July 5th: “I do not believe anything Hudson Holdings says,” one resident posted on the Facebook page Lake Worth Local. “Look at how they let the property deteriorate.”

*To contact Hudson Holdings, a company specializing in “adaptive reuse of premier historic structures”, use this link or call 561-768-7621. For the Gulfstream Hotel’s Facebook page use this link. Email: