Will the deal have any effect on Whiskey Creek? In the foreseeable future, no, say Whiskey Creek Owner Greg Alexander and Steven Schneider. Alexander has a long-term lease and his building footprint is also grandfathered (if Whiskey were torn down and another building put up in its stead, the new building would be subject to more stringent street setbacks). Schneider said, “The restaurant is not going anywhere. Whiskey Creek is a pretty darn important corner.”
Sheet: Will you weigh in on the General Plan?
Schneider: We’ll live with whatever the community decides.
Sheet: Would you like to see an increase in density for the North Village?
Schneider: An intelligent increase in density could be a good thing. The Village is a focal point for out-of-towners … it makes sense what the town is trying to put together [in the North Village].
Sheet: What is your firm’s experience with resort development?
Schneider: We’ve mostly been involved with urban development. We’re relatively new to it. But Doug Regulis [part of the previous ownership group] will serve as the point man on our development team. For more information on Goodman Real Estate, visit www.goodmanre.com.