Get Ready for the Future Look of Downtown Clearwater!

The Bluffs View

Two-thirds of Clearwater voters decided to vote “Yes” on a Nov. 8 referendum to allow the sale of two parcels to bring apartments, a hotel and retail apace to the waterfront Bluff properties adjacent to Coachmen Park.

This sale will allow project partners, Gotham Organization and The DeNunzio Group, to pay the city $9.3 million for the Harborview site and $15.4 million for the old City Hall.

On the Harborview site, the group envisions a 13-story, 158-room hotel with 15,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, a conference center, a rooftop bar and pool, and 163 below-ground parking spaces.

The City Hall property would see two 27-story towers with 600 apartments, 25,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, and 600 below-ground parking spaces.

Terms and details may still yet change, though. The developers must submit a final site plan to the city, secure financing and close on the sale by Dec. 31, 2024, according to the development agreement.

Coachman Park is currently being renovated in an $84 million project called Imagine Clearwater. The 22-acre park will be finished and will include new 4,000-seat covered amphitheater, an expansive park and recreational spaces, a gateway plaza and bluff walk. To see live web cams of the progress on the Imagine Clearwater Project, visit

The Current Bluff Properties Proposal in Photos


Photos courtesy of Behar Peteranecz Architecture

For more information on Imagine Clearwater visit

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