The City of Apopka City Council voted 4-1 to approve the Errol Estates development project, which now advances it to the state level.
Signature H Property Group, the developers of the “New Errol” project, presented their massive undertaking to the Apopka City Council Tuesday night. The project, which would completely transform Errol Estate, includes:
- A redesigned championship golf course
- A 15,000 square foot clubhouse with restaurant
- A boutique lodge hotel
- A two-acre water park
- Outdoor parks and trails
- 261 new residences
- A resort-like Adult Living Facility
Proceedings had included Q&A, during which City Council had addressed some concerns about the project. The due diligence line of questioning by Council was met with reassurance from Helmut Wyzisk Jr. and Helmut Wyzisk III of Signature H Property Group, leading to a 4-1 decision in favor of the proposal.
The planned development will be sent to Tallahassee for review by the Florida Department Economic opportunities staff.