Monday, August 7, 2017

Hudson Holdings back in the news

Hudson Holdings, our favorite "developer" from Delray Beach is still fighting a battle in that city. At least their city commission is on the side of preservation rather than succumbing to the whims of Hudson--no waivers for them--no rezoning for them--in fact, the city commission is trying to get the property on the national register.

There has been a lot of resistance to the $140 million, 9 acre project that would include building a hotel, stores and an underground parking garage.

Read about it... and Hudson Holdings, the company that has neglected The Gulfstream Hotel beyond belief even after the Lake Worth commission (Maxwell, Triolo and Amoroso) bent over backwards for them even to the point of negating the vote of the people. And Commissioner Herman Robinson was the chair of the Historical Preservation Board that ok'd all of it for Hudson Holdings.


Anonymous said...

I agree with you.It's not over yet with HH in our city.As long as this commission is in power, he probably will try again.Didn't they give money to Herman last time too?

Anonymous said...

Don't they have a bunch of pending lawsuits against them from their screwups in other cities?