MAVILLE – The owner of a well known restaurant and resort in Mayville is providing details on a plan to build a large condominium project along Chautauqua Lake.
The Jamestown Post-Journal is reporting Wednesday that Ben and James Webb – who operate Webb’s Captain’s Table in Mayville – attended this week’s Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency meeting to offer more details on their plan to build a 32-unit condominium hotel near Lakeside Park in Mayville. The proposed building would be five stories tall and 180 feet in length. Because of the height of the structure, the Webb’s would need approval from the village zoning board before it could proceed with development.
Each of the hotel’s 32 units would be composed of one-to-three bedrooms. While the business would operate as a hotel, each condominium would be owned by four-to-six owners.
The two are hoping for a groundbreaking in the spring of 2016 would lead to the new condominium/hotel potentially opening in the spring of 2017. But before groundbreaking can begin, they need approval for variances.
A vote on the project will take place at the Mayville zoning board of appeal’s Oct. 20 meeting.