Hudson Holdings gets final OK for $60 million Gulfstream Hotel project

LAKE WORTH — The Gulfstream Hotel is coming back from the dead.

After a marathon discussion, the Historic Resources Preservation Board by a unanimous vote at a special meeting tonight, approved Hudson Holdings‘ major site plan to restore the historic hotel, built in the 1920s, to its former glory.

Vice Chair Darrin Engel had to recuse himself because of a conflict.

The Gulfstream Hotel located at 1 Lake Ave in Lake Worth.

The Gulfstream Hotel located at 1 Lake Ave in Lake Worth.

City Commissioners have already approved key zoning changes to move the $60 million project forward. Tonight’s vote by the Historic Resources board represents the final vote Hudson Holdings needed before starting work on the 91-year-old hotel.

During presentations by the city and representatives for Hudson Holdings, everything from landscaping to where the buildings will be situated to how overflow parking will be addressed, were discussed.

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