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Stock Island Resort and Marina

Stock Island, FL

Stock Island is a 19.3-acre island on the Atlantic Ocean, just north of Key West, that presently serves the local fishing and small boating community. Its owner plans to sell the existing boat slips and rebuild the piers to finance the construction of a mixed-use marina/yacht club/ hotel/retail project that will become a destination for mega yachts as well as sport boats and fishing vessels. It will also include three parking structure, a ferry terminal, and housing for fishing crews.

The hotel will have 210 lodge units comprising smaller (450 SF)  rooms and larger (600 SF) rooms as well as a ballroom, meeting rooms, offices, and an event area. The yacht club will be designed more exclusively than the hotel and will offer a superior menu of amenities to guests of its 88 units. 

The project is anchored by the marina which will include a boat yard for maintenance, repair, and fueling as well as approximately 365 dry docks and 300 wet slips. The retail community of fishing-oriented shops will have 68,706 SF of space to accommodate units ranging in size from big box to smaller stores. They will line the parking structures which are designed to hold 769 spaces. The marina also comprises 42 low income housing units for boat crew and eight executive units.

Promenades on both the land and water sides of the marina will facilitate access and sociability. 

The project will also act as a staging area for recovery after hurricanes. Its construction will be Category 5-proof and will be outfitted with back-up electricity and other emergency provisions.

Stock Island is a 19.3-acre island on the Atlantic Ocean, just north of Key West, that presently serves the local fishing and small boating community. Its owner plans to sell the existing boat slips and rebuild the piers to finance the construction of a mixed-use marina/yacht club/ hotel/retail project that will become a destination for mega yachts as well as sport boats and fishing vessels. It will also include three parking structure, a ferry terminal, and housing for fishing crews.

The hotel will have 210 lodge units comprising smaller (450 SF)  rooms and larger (600 SF) rooms as well as a ballroom, meeting rooms, offices, and an event area. The yacht club will be designed more exclusively than the hotel and will offer a superior menu of amenities to guests of its 88 units. 

The project is anchored by the marina which will include a boat yard for maintenance, repair, and fueling as well as approximately 365 dry docks and 300 wet slips. The retail community of fishing-oriented shops will have 68,706 SF of space to accommodate units ranging in size from big box to smaller stores. They will line the parking structures which are designed to hold 769 spaces. The marina also comprises 42 low income housing units for boat crew and eight executive units.

Promenades on both the land and water sides of the marina will facilitate access and sociability. 

The project will also act as a staging area for recovery after hurricanes. Its construction will be Category 5-proof and will be outfitted with back-up electricity and other emergency provisions.