More than 4,000sq ft of marina space and boat slips are part of a redevelopment plan between Tavistock Development Company and the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, that would also include 750 residential units, 384 hotel rooms and 150,00sq ft of commercial space at the Pier Sixty-Six Marina.

The Orlando, Florida-based developer is seeking approvals from the city to connect its two marina properties via a public marina promenade, according to reports in the Sun Sentinel and The Real Deal.

Tavistock paid US$163m for the Pier Sixty-Six Hotel & Marina in 2016 and purchased the adjacent Sails Hotel & Marina for $24m the following year. At the time of that purchase, Travistock President Jim Zboril said in a statement: “We knew it presented interesting opportunities to potentially align with our development at Pier 66.”

The developer now controls nearly 36 acres of Ft Lauderdale waterfront.