Plans for a new development at Skyline Marina featuring a restaurant, office space and a residence are moving forward after the Anacortes Planning Commission recommended approval.
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This project has been several years in the making and will revitalize the area that once held the old Flounder Bay Cafe.

Three phases of construction are planned over the next few years. Flounder Bay Cafe has been removed to prepare for a new office building that will be constructed in its place.

In the first phase, a two-story commercial building would be constructed. It would be about 4,000 square feet and have two to eight commercial lease spaces.
In phase two, a two-story, 9,000-square-foot building would be completed. About 5,000 square feet on the first floor would be for restaurant use and the second floor (about 4,000 square feet) would be a one-unit space for commercial lease.
The last building, phase three, will be three stories and have about 5,500 square feet. It will contain commercial space on the first floor and a single-family residential unit or condo on the second and third floors.