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Development (Current) Projects

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We are excited to show you projects in our Development Review process.  As meetings occur, we will update with results and notifications of future public hearings.  All meetings are open to the public.


A proposed Highland Crossing Townhomes project on 1.12 acres to construct three 2-story residential townhome buildings.  One building will contain 4 units; one building will contain 5 units; and 1 building will contain 6 units with a total building area of 21,569 square feet. 

See the attached renderings:  968 Highland Renderings

Local Planning Agency:  March 11, 2020 - Recommended Approval


City Commission Public Hearing #1:  July 16, 2020

City Commission Public Hearing #2:  August 6, 2020

Highland Crossing Cover



In May 2014, planning started on the concept of constructing a Fire Training/EOC building for the City.  A group of Department Heads and others involved toured several EOCs in Pinellas County to gather information needed to be considered in the design.  The site is to be located at 2835 Belcher Road, next to Fire Station 62.  This single-story 5,620 GSF building will be constructed to withstand a Category 5 wind speed, and will be self-sufficient for seven days including water, power, and sanitation. 

When not functioning as an Emergency Operations Center, the building will be used to hold Fire/EMS training classes, and can be available for other City departments to utilize for training.  The facility will house the Fire Division Chief of Training.

A link to staffing for this item from the 10/15/19 City Commission Workshop with all attachments is below:

Fire Training-EOC Staffing

A Powerpoint of the renderings and plans is attached:

EOC Renderings

EOC-Fire Training


After an initial proposal of seven different renderings that were presented to the public at open meetings including the Hale Activity Center back in October 2019, the City Commission made a decision to choose Idea #7, "The Wave". 

Go to this page to read all about it and the final choice!  City Hall - Municipal Services Complex

Click on the link below to review all 7:

City Hall Renderings

City Hall Renderings 101519

OAK BEND TOWNHOMES - Final Approval 6/7/18

Update January 2020:  Former mobile home park has been demolished.  The subdivision plat has been reviewed and the first round of comments have been provided to the property owner.  No building permits have been submitted yet for the new townhomes.

Oak Bend

A proposed development at 810 Main Street, at the corner of New York Avenue.  The owner of this property is interested in building 32 townhomes in the current location of mobile homes.  This application involves a design review, rezoning the property from Mobile Home (MH) to Planned Residential Development (PRD), and a land use designation from Residential Low Medium (RLM) to Residential Medium (RM).

Local Planning Agency Meeting:  February 7, 2018 Recommended Approval

City Commission 1st Public Hearing: March 1, 2018 Approved

City Commission 2nd Public Hearing: June 7, 2018 Final Approval

Due to a Land Use Plan Amendment, this project must be approved at the County level.  It will be scheduled for the following hearings:  Planners Advisory Committee (PAC), Forward Pinellas, and Countywide Planning Authority (CPA), before coming back before the Dunedin City Commission for a 2nd and Final Hearing.

2624 Paula Drive North - SEA PALMS TOWNHOMES

Sea Palms Cover Photo

A project to build 4 "twin villa" townhomes at 2624 Paula Drive North, was granted final approval by the City Commission at their July 27, 2017 meeting.  Prior to build, the developer has come back with another application for a revision to this original plan.  This new proposed project will consist of the approved 4 "twin villa" townhome units along with a single townhome unit for a total of 9 units.

Local Planning Agency:  May 8, 2019 Recommended Approval

City Commission 1st Public Hearing:  September 19, 2019 Approved

FINAL City Commission Approval:  November 21, 2019

Sea Palms Site Plan

Sea Palms Elevation


418 Grant B&B

Proposed construction of a 22-room Bed and Breakfast.

Local Planning Agency - November 14, 2018 Recommended Denial
City Commission 1st Public Hearing - December 6, 2018 Approved
City Commission 2nd Public Hearing - January 10, 2019 Final Approval

418 Grant Site & Landscape Plans

418 Grant - Views NSEW

418 Grant Floor Plans

THE COURTYARD AT MAIN - Final Approval 11/1/18

Update January 2020:  The building permit for Phase 1 construction has been approved and is ready for issuance.  The building permit for Phase 2 has been submitted and is under review at this time.

Main-Douglas PIC

The proposed construction of a multi-use development at the corner of Main Street and Douglas Avenue bordered by the Pinellas Trail on the West, and Monroe Street on the North, to include two levels of residential condominiums (18 units total, 33,602 SF), two levels of commercial/retail and restaurants (25,647 SF), three levels of existing office space (20,178 SF), a four-level parking structure (71,240 SF), and an interior courtyard for both public and private use (7,490 SF). 

(Update 3/25/19): The Ocean Optics parking lot that is used for public parking and leased by the City at this time will be closing for construction the beginning of June. 

The developers of Courtyard on Main will be closing the Ocean Optics lot to begin staging and prep for the construction of new building and redevelopment of the old Optics building.  Suggested alternative parking will be 1 block North on Monroe Street at the Parking Garage.

  • The leased parking area contained 41 spaces, these spaces will now be absorbed into the new parking garage on Monroe Street.
  • The construction is expected to take 2 years.
  • The Dunedin Station Square lot (corner of Douglas & Scotland) which is also leased contains approximately 65 spaces and this parking surface has been improved in April making it a more desirable place to park.
  • There are currently no plans for public parking to be incorporated into the new redevelopment project as the Monroe Parking garage was built to absorb the lost leased parking and the City is looking to build another parking garage on property it owns at Louden/Milwaukee.
  • In addition the City is always viewing opportunities to improve parking options in the downtown.

Local Planning Agency - October 10, 2018 Recommended Approval

City Commission 1st Public Hearing, October 18, 2018 Approved

City Commission 2nd Public Hearing, November 1, 2018 Final Approval