Tuscaloosa City Council OKs 34-Unit Northriver Condo Development
The City of Tuscaloosa approved a developer's plans to bring 34 condominium units, a new restaurant and a marina with a mercantile store to the Northriver Yacht Club at their meeting Tuesday night.
The developer, NRYC Holding, LLC, is seeking to build the condo complex on the banks of Lake Tuscaloosa next to the existing Northriver Marina off Mountbatten Road.
The resolution the council approved Tuesday night approves 34 units including 20 two-bedroom units, 10 three-bedroom units and four single-bedroom units.
The plans also include "an outdoor amenity area, including a private pool with a view of the lake."
Renderings provided to the Thread by the city of Tuscaloosa show the condo building would be faithful to the Yacht Club's existing architecture, which itself is an homage to the Japanese pagoda.
The plans also include structured parking with 106 spaces, according to the resolution approved Tuesday.
The developer also plans to renovate the existing onsite restaurant building and add a new 1,500-square-foot marina store where patrons and condo residents can buy gasoline and miscellaneous items in a shop just off the water.
The developer would also renovate the marina by removing all wooden docks and replacing them with floating aluminum docks.
The council 5-2 voted to approve the development Tuesday night. Stay connected to the Tuscaloosa Thread for updates on the development's progress.