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Belleview Biltmore Owners to Maintain Cabana Club Property
As part of an ongoing plan by Belleview Biltmore owners to maintain their Cabana Club (beachfront) property on Clearwater Sand Key, Biltmore manager Chuck Eade furnished "update" status to the Gazette. According to Eade, the following has been updated at the Cabana Club:
- Exterior Surfaces - We have turned the water back on at the Cabana Club and are power washing the entire building to remove the accumulated dirt, debris, and mildew. Once completed, we will paint all areas that show wear. If there is any molding and trim that is loose it will be properly secured.
- Door and Window Openings - All broken windows have been replaced, and the front door has been replaced as well. After the building has been power washed, we will wash all of the windows.
- Crumbling concrete - All areas that have weathered from the salt air will be patched and painted over. Sections around the pool also have been patched and painted.
- Landscaping - The palm trees have been trimmed and all weeds and grasses have been pulled to give a cleaner appearance for the facility. We will also repaint the parking blocks, as well as the above ground hydrants.
- Staffing - We have hired a maintenance member to not only get the building back in compliance, but to be available to provide continuous preventative maintenance. In addition, twice a week we will have our landscaping team clean the grounds and maintain the turf and trees.
The Belleview Biltmore is committed to maintaining it's properties and does look forward to the opportunity building the new White Queen of the Gulf.
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