Around 30 establishments in Daytona Beach Shores were considered hazardous in the days following consecutive tropical storms Ian and Nicole.
As of Tuesday morning, entry to approximately one-third of them, as stated in the city’s compilation of building conditions, still has limitations.
The Sage ‘n Sand apartment complex was excluded from the most recent list after the destruction of the two-story 29-room beachfront building.
The properties that are identified are buildings released with conditions for “R,” engineer-specified limited access with posted buildings for “P (limited access),” or posted buildings for “P.”
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Some property managers and owners are using the property’s website or social media to keep the community updated on the phone numbers of a couple’s disconnected properties.
As of Tuesday, the properties listed below were still awaiting release.
Flamingo Inn, located at 2011 S. Atlantic Ave.
Hawaiian Inn, 2301 South Atlantic Avenue.
Ocean Court Beachfront Hotel, located at 2315 S. Atlantic Ave.
The hotel located at 2323 S. Atlantic Ave in Daytona Beach Shores.
Sun Viking Lodge (Rooms 101-103 and 201-203), located at 2411 S. Atlantic Ave.
Sand & Surf Resort, located at 2535 S. Atlantic Ave.
South Shore Motel, located at 3225 S. Atlantic Ave.
Pirates Cove Resort, located at 3501 S. Atlantic Ave.