What the. . .

gsc3One of my friends noticed shipping containers being dropped off on the Gulfstream property just west of the hotel itself.  Over the course of a few days they multiplied until they almost fill the lot. While walking by they bumped into the 24 hour security guard that patrols the property.  My friend asked the guard if the containers were empty or full. After giving my friend a suspicious look the guard replied that they were full.  When asked what was in them the guard said that whatever is in them was being used by the “guy who owns this hotel (the Gulfstream) for another project ‘on the island'”.

gsc6I have discussed this with others and it appears that  it is possible that Adam Schlesinger’s company is using the Gulfstream property as a staging area for other projects. Perhaps the Palm Beach Hilton?

If these containers are being used actively in connection with the renovation of the Gulfstream, then that’s fine.  But if he is indeed using the property as a staging area for other projects, then it needs to be brought to an immediate end. I don’t think that that area is zoned for light industrial, and I don’t think Lake Worth appreciates that type of slap in the face.


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