Wednesday, February 26, 2020

This evening at 7:00 ᴘᴍ: “Save the Historic Gulfstream Hotel”. Event sponsored by Lake Worth Beach Business Committee.

WPTV journalist Todd Wilson produced a news segment about this event which aired Monday evening. To watch the video of that news report from downtown Lake Worth Beach click on this link.

From the segment by Mr. Wilson, here are the concluding paragraphs from the text of the story:

The Gulfstream Hotel has a height issue because back in the ‘90s the city charter was amended that all buildings east of Dixie Highway could be no higher than 65 feet. The Gulfstream is over 80-feet tall. So, in order for the hotel to be a viable business again, the amendment has to be overturned. A measure on next month's ballot will decide on the 90’s amendment will be overturned.

Regan [Rod Regan, owner of Brogues DownUnder, 621 Lake Ave.] says it’s time to bring new life into a high profile property.

“We need a hotel, we need hotels,” he said.

Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Lake Worth Casino you can attend a meeting and hear prospective buyers talk about what their plans are for the building.

For more about the public meeting tonight:

The partial image below is from The Lake Worth Herald.

This event at the Casino has

To read Question 3 on the upcoming March 17th ballot click on this link.