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Development of Landmark Center finally underway in Fort Walton Beach


The Landmark Center will include a Hilton, loft-style condos and retail space.

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Development of Landmark Center finally underway in Fort Walton Beach

Wendy Dixon | 8/28/2014

Downtown Fort Walton Beach finally gets a mixed-use project that’s been eight years in the making. The $33-million Landmark Center will include a 112-room Hilton hotel, 24 loft-style condos, a conference center, retail and dining space and a garage. Chef Ernie Danjean, owner of Dockside Oyster Bar in Niceville, will operate Roof Top Restaurant and Sky Bar.

Also mentioned in this regional roundup, newsmakers and key players including Jim Haynes, Sergey Kireyev, Alicia Booker and Dennis Mitchell. Businesses and companies mentioned include American CareSource Holdings, Bay Walk-In Clinic, Hibbett Sports, Movies 4 Gulf Breeze Cinema and a profile of Efficient Systems.

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