A special Tarpon Springs Board of Commissioners session to discuss one element of the proposed 400-unit Anclote Harbor apartment complex on U.S. 19 was suddenly deemed unnecessary when an attorney representing the developer said they plan to submit a new application for the project.
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After spending more than eight hours discussing the planned preliminary development and rezoning request for the 404-unit Anclote Harbor apartment complex, no final decision was made because, once again, the meeting ran too long to cast a final vote.
For more than a decade, a 74-acre parcel of land along the Anclote River in Tarpon Springs has been at the center of a battle between developers who want to build on the site and residents who want to preserve it. That battle is continuing after a Houston apartment builder has proposed a 400-unit apartment complex.