The Town of Jupiter’s City Council decision for building a 35-unit townhouse development on the Intracoastal Waterway was up for final approval at Tuesday’s, January 17th town council meeting. With all in favor, the development was passed.
The development has been named, Water Pointe, each unit about 1,500 square feet and should start at about $400,000-$500,000, per local Realtors and developers.
Water Pointe calls for seven two-story buildings, a 400-square-foot fitness center, a community swimming pool and pavilion on the now-vacant lot about a mile south of Indiantown Road.
Owners would have access to Riverwalk, Jupiter’s 2.4-mile public access pedestrian/bicycle lane being built between the Jupiter Inlet and Ocean Way for bicyclists and pedestrians. There would be no commercial development on the Water Pointe property.
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