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The Big Move Complete

After many months of meticulous planning, on Dec. 21, 2016, the lobby and 35 guest rooms of the original all-wood Belleview Biltmore Hotel were lifted and slowly rolled into a permanent new home, just 320 feet away. “This is the first step in the process of bringing the building back to life,” said a delighted Mike Cheezem, CEO of developer JMC Communities. “We’re looking forward to opening the new community and enjoying this exciting amenity.” The tedious move was orchestrated by Pennsylvania-based Wolfe Brothers House & Building Movers. “This building has a lot of character,” said project manager Jamin Buckingham, declaring the process, “a seamless operation.” Belleair Mayor Gary Katica expressed gratitude for preserving a part of the legendary hotel and adding exceptional new homes while being mindful of the building’s historical significance to the community, declaring it “a breath of fresh air.” More photos and videos are available on our Facebook page: Belleviewflorida.

It’s about time!

A carefree condominium at Belleview Place frees up time to enjoy life

With vacation homes in North Carolina and Georgia, plus a large residence on the Pinellas County waterfront, Fran Everett said she’s bogged down in home maintenance. It’s not uncommon, she explained, for four or five workers to encroach on her retirement life every week: “I don’t feel free to leave my home, even with the security system. It’s ridiculous. I decided it was time to do what I want to do” — to find a home that gives her more freedom.


Belleview Place ‘Fits Like a Glove’

“There was no second choice.” — Philadelphia Phillies club ambassador Chris Wheeler about his decision to purchase a home in Belleview

Not a man to make snap decisions, Chris Wheeler says he nevertheless knew immediately that the new community of Belleview Place was right for him. “I am the ultimate guy of thinking things through – to the point I may miss out on opportunities,” he said. “So when this one came up, I thought, ‘I’ll think it through, but not procrastinate.’ I’ve known others who could have gotten in on the ground floor of various opportunities, but waited too long. I thought, ‘That’s not going to be me!’”


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