Allegiant’s Sunseeker Resort set to open in October in Port Charlotte

Author: Katiuska Carrillo, Gulfshore Business
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Allegiant Travel Co.’s Sunseeker Resort suffered $35 million in damages from Hurricane Ian. The $618 million project on Charlotte Harbor in Port Charlotte pushed its opening date to October, Sunseeker Resorts Chief Operating Officer Micah Richins said during a presentation to Charlotte County commissioners Tuesday. 

“We had cranes that collapsed. We had scaffolding that collapsed. We had just finished transplanting and planting more than 600 trees at the golf course when the hurricane came through and virtually every one of them were laying on the ground when it was over,” Richins said. All repairs were completed or will be within the next 35 to 40 days.

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