Naples City Council voted on a 30% conceptual design for the Naples Pier on Wednesday. The historic pier, which suffered major damage from Hurricane Ian in September, is facing an estimated $20 million reconstruction upon approval by Council.
In December, Council voted to pursue a complete redesign of the pier rather than patch up the damages, hoping the new pier will last for future decades.
Two Naples-based companies, Turrell, Hall & Associates marine and environment consulting service and MHK Architecture, were hired to create the redesign.
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