Mobile home platforms are being demolished and removed from Suni Sands Mobile Home Park (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)
Bicycle riders and motorists on A1A in Jupiter may be wondering what’s with all those trucks and torn up concrete at the now-closed Suni Sands Mobile Home Park.
Here’s the scoop:
The torn up concrete is from the platforms being demolished that were underneath the about 100 mobile homes that have been removed from the 10-acre park fronting the Jupiter Inlet.
An archaeologist is on the site looking for ancient artifacts.
The last of the residents left the park on the Jupiter Inlet on Nov. 14 (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)
Charles Modica, who bought the property for about $17 million four years ago, plans to build an inn and possibly rental cottages on the property.
Modica also owns the Love Street property on the Jupiter Inlet.
In November, Modica bought the adjacent Rustic Inn Crabhouse property for $8.3 million, more than doubling his land holdings on this section of A1A along the Jupiter Inlet, known in Jupiter as the Inlet Village.
No plans have been submitted to the town for the Suni Sands property.
An archaeologist is on site to look for historic information (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)