Opponents of the building worried that the construction of the building would scare off the nesting Bald Eagles only about 800 feet away and feared that the high-rise would limit the public's access to Wiggins Pass.
The luxury high-rise's proposal was rejected by Collier County Commissioners on Febuary 10, 2004 in front of an audience of nearly 250 supporters and opponents from the area.
Some supported the building's construction, stating that a residential high-rise would be better than having the site rezoned for commercial development.
The luxury residential high-rise condominium would have replaced the Wiggins Pass Marina, which is a ten-acre site.
The luxury high-rise condominium was proposed to be built at the northwest corner of Wiggins Pass and Vanderbilt Drive.
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