Activists continue to press and challenge as Flagstone Property Group, developers of the Island Gardens project on Watson Island, have once again filed for modifications to the 2007 MUSP approved plans. Flagstone is aiming to replace the proposed seven-story parking garage with a two level garage with one level that is below grade. Updated plans were submitted for review on September 19. Island Gardens will feature a superyacht marina that can accommodate up to 550 feet, 2 luxury hotels, condos, and a retail and entertainment promenade with over 221,000 SF of retail and green space. The marina will be the first of its kind in North America and will be able to house of to 50 superyachts matched with full-service amenities for the marina including a clubhouse, on-site customs, etc. Some oppose Flagstone's right to their lease of the land, which was approved pending they would be able to complete the project but doubts have arisen as the property has sat virtually unchanged over the last decade aside from the launch of a sales center and The Deck at Island Gardens. Flagstone Property Group had initially intended to deliver Island Gardens in 2018. Read our initial profile on the Island Gardens project from July 2016.