Alanik Hotel To Offer 248 Units at 421 South Gulfview Boulevard, Clearwater, Florida

Clearwater, Florida, will soon be home to Alanik Hotel. The multi-million-dollar venture is presently in its infancy. However, once it reaches completion, it’ll offer more than 290,000 square feet of new construction.

The hotel will measure 165 feet (about 15 stories), about 150 feet above base flood elevation (BFE). It’ll also comprise 248 units and a parking garage. The hotel needed to offer at least 298 parking spaces to meet coding laws. The premises will offer 545 spaces, 230 spaces for public use.

The hotel’s blueprints.

Amenities include a swimming pool. Perhaps the biggest amenity is off the hotel’s property; the venture is located just a short walk away from Clearwater Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The project has not started construction, but when it does, it’ll require demolishing an already-existing structure.

Google Earth suggests that the building is Magnuson Hotel Clearwater Beach, a two-star hotel that no longer hosts an online domain. Triprop Clearwater, LLC owns the venture. Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates Inc. is the architect.

The hotel is located in Pinellas County in Clearwater.

Conceptual renderings reveal a neutral-colored high-rise building with balconies. The parking garage appears to measure anywhere from two to three stories. Landmark Engineering & Surveying Corp. is the civil engineer.

Alanik Hotel’s address is 421 South Gulfview Boulevard, Clearwater, Florida, 33767, in Pinellas County.

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2 Comments on "Alanik Hotel To Offer 248 Units at 421 South Gulfview Boulevard, Clearwater, Florida"

  1. Dennis Laston | May 21, 2022 at 12:02 pm | Reply

    Wonderful, cannot get enough high rise hotels on CWB bringing more traffic/ people and confusion to what was a beautiful, peaceful beach community 50 years ago. Left now are only the good memories of the best days past. Now they will demolish the one remaining family restaurant where everyone got their favorite Pizza ( Post Corner Pizza ) sad, but greed and money always wins out. After enjoying 35 plus years on CWB, thankfully, we have left for more peaceful and beautiful location, Destin Fl.

  2. Keep up the good work. As an advocate for persons with disabilities, and aware over 20% of U.S. population will be “senior citizens” shortly, this country is FAR behind the progress required to keep the aging portion of humanity mobile. Americans with Disability Act was not in place when old, obsolete, non-accommodating facilities were put in place. Even the mom & pop places can be un-accessible now-a-days. Progress is painful to those not looking ahead. Thank you.

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