Unprecedented Developments Emerge

Lake Tahoe

Everyone can agree Lake Tahoe is beautiful. Drawing in around three million people annually, it’s  no wonder that the area is a highly desirable area to live. It is also highly recognized as strongly opposed to any developments, considering the basin has lawmakers from two states and more than 50 federal, state and local agencies with jurisdiction in the area. All of these people tend to have different ideas about what the lake’s future should look like.

It has been around a decade of wrangling, but the plans are now in place and two developments are worth keeping your eye on.

Kings Beach:

Placer County is offering three development opportunities in Kings Beach at North Lake Tahoe, a year-round, world-class outdoor tourist destination. The Kings Beach area presents a unique opportunity as it is one of the primary commercial, residential and recreational centers in the Lake Tahoe Basin and home to the Kings Beach State Recreation Area, one of the most beautiful and well-known beaches on Lake Tahoe. Read More Here: https://www.placer.ca.gov/news/2016/apr/kings-beach_property-rfis

Tahoe Beach Club:

According to Tahoe Beach Club, 143 luxury residences planned for the lake’s southeast shore will be located in Stateline at the end of Kahle Drive. The development will feature panoramic views of Lake Tahoe, a private beach and more amenities. Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course is located south of the project, and 300 acres of meadows and National Park land are on its north. Read More Here: http://www.thetahoebeachclub.com/

It will be interesting to see how the new developments affect the lake’s economy, with more tourists able to visit, and more employees able to work, Lake Tahoe may be getting more love sooner than we think.

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