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Fort Walton, Fla., to get $44 million mixed-use complex

Fort Walton Beach, FL is getting its first ground-up development in years, reports The Pulse. Local developer Live Work Play, LLC is building the $44 million Landmark Center mixed-use apartment and hotel development.

 

The site plan includes three buildings with more than 144,000 square feet of restaurants, bars, retail stores, offices, 24 loft apartments and an 112-room Hilton hotel, along with a six-story parking garage. Missouri-based Killian Construction is the general contractor and Pensacola-based DAG Architects is the architect-of-record. A Hilton Home2 Suites hotel will be managed by Pensacola-based Innisfree Hotels. Restaurant tenants will include Yagööt Frozen Yogurt, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, the Brass Tap Craft Beer Bar, and Shooters Sports Bar and Grill.

 

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