GulfEagle redevelopment gets green light from Planning Commission
ST. NUAGE – The currently vacant GulfEagle Supply building on East St. Germain Street may be a multi-use entertainment district in the future. On Tuesday evening, the St. Cloud Planning Commission unanimously approved the application to rezone the property from industrial to commercial.
Developer Kevin johnson of K. Johnson Construction says he’s been working on the project for about four or five years now. He says he hopes this will be a catalyst for more development on the east side of St. Cloud.
Johnson previously told WJON News that his vision for the large brick building was to create a retail and entertainment complex. He says he hopes to attract a brewery on the first floor, with perhaps a distillery and cafe on that level.
He’s looking for the second floor for more professional spaces, with a tenant already about to sign an agreement for the floor.
Each floor is approximately 15,000 square feet.
Director of Community Development Matt Glaesman states that the city’s grand vision for the region is to have significant residential growth around this property and that this project fits perfectly into that vision.
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