Fisherman’s Wharf Gets Approval for Restaurant and Office Building at 373 E. Indiantown Road, Jupiter, Florida

An addition to Fisherman’s Wharf got the green light from Jupiter’s city officials earlier this August. The Palm Beach Post notes that it was the last vacant lot on the Fisherman’s Wharf parcel.

Proposed by CEO Mark Emalfarb, the project calls for a two-story waterfront restaurant, measuring 10,630 square feet. The restaurant would offer an additional 4,400 square feet of outdoor dining space, plus a 1,175-square-foot tiki bar.

The venture will include a waterfront restaurant and Class A office building.

In addition to the restaurant, plans call for a three-story office building, requiring 17,198 square feet of new construction. Dyadic International, of which Emalfarb is the CEO, could occupy some but not all of the commercial space.

Fisherman’s Wharf would also have 203 parking spots, 23 of which would be underground. It would also have a boardwalk-accessible dock with two mooring spaces. The South Florida Business Journal reports that this isn’t the first time Fisherman’s Wharf has sought city approval in one form or another.

The venture’s located in Jupiter, FL.

In 2007, the 4.6-acre build site was approved for 35 residential units and 5,600 square feet of commercial space. Then, in 2019, the developer wanted approval for a purely residential venture, but this wasn’t approved.

Glas Gentile Holloway O’Mahoney and Associates is representing the developer in its application. Fisherman’s Wharf will soon unfold at 373 E. Indiantown Road, Jupiter, Florida, 33477, in Palm Beach County.

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