Port Royal Beach Club inches closer to rebuild

Author: Aisling Swift, Gulfshore Business
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In the more than 1½ years after Hurricane Ian severely damaged the 65-year-old Port Royal Beach Club, the posh club operated out of trailers as it worked to come up with a design that meets current codes.  

After 20 months working on a design with 660 club members and one unrelenting neighbor who opposed it, the club was asked by Naples City Council on June 19 to work on the neighbor’s concerns and conditions requested by the city Design Review and Planning Advisory boards.  

Council will again consider the conditional-use permit Aug. 21, after its summer break, as well as outdoor seating. The club is seeking approval for a new, expanded two-story clubhouse with indoor and outdoor dining, a new pool and pool deck, outdoor seating areas, a new parking structure, new landscaping and new lighting. 

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