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« on: Dec 01, 2002, 12:39 »
If anyone has lodging information for this facility, please post it here.

There are a few hotels that take dogs,resonable rates if your working the outages, just show ID badge,believe it is less then $50.per day,one is Hampton Inn (305)247-8833, there is also a trailer park on Biscayne Drive (288th St) and 132 Ave. next to Air Base that offers low cost temp.trailers w/pets. Many who work outages stay there,it is secure w/guard at gate, mostly older folks live there during year.Many offer rooms within their homes during outages & post notices on boards at the plant.
 

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Housing For rent: Waterfront in Tavernier, Fl ( Key Largo) call Barbra Mort at 305 853 0953.
 
Try any of the motels on Dixie Highway.....close to everything.

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If your looking for a motel, then travelodge is good. If your looking for a park, try Southern Comfort.
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« Reply #1 on: Apr 20, 2004, 12:52 »
   If you go you may find the Coral Castle very interesting ( http://www.coralcastle.com/home.asp )it is close to the plant. In the Keys you will find Pennekamp State Park, bring your snorkel its underwater. The everglades is also worth a gander, walkways are built out over the water to allow you to see a wide variety of wildlife.
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« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2004, 01:36 »
If you have a trailer/camper Goldcoaster is a good place to rent a spot.  They are on Palm drive a few blocks west of US1.
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« Reply #3 on: Oct 17, 2004, 06:59 »


Share lakefront 3 Br & 2Ba.  Satellite TV & WiFi.
Gated community - Gateway Estates; 1 pool  & clubhouse.

2 bedrooms available now - but they won 't last long.
*Gated Community 5-10 miles from Turkey Point.

20 minutes from Key Largo
150/week - $170 refundable security deposit. Free internet WiFi.

Full Sized Washer & dryer.
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Full sized kitchen.

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« Reply #4 on: Mar 08, 2005, 08:02 »
Does anyone else have some info on this?  My company is mobilizing some bodies down there and any ideas regarding rentals would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

SD
Hi... we own a Key Largo condo that has a minimum rental period of 3 months and will again be available as of May 1, 2005; feel free to share this info and go to http://www.rentalspots.com to view pictures and more info.

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« Reply #5 on: Jul 14, 2005, 01:51 »
Bedroom for rent in private house with separate entrance.
Located 8 miles to Turkey Point.
Parklike setting, secluded & very private, all fenced in.

Fully furnished. Includes Direct TV.

$150/week + $150 refundable security deposit

Call Jay Drennan at: 786-488-8293
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« Reply #6 on: Jan 19, 2006, 08:24 »
Due to rising utility costs we have raised the rent to $180/week

Share lakefront 2BR 2BA condo. Satellite TV. Gated, secure community; pool & clubhouse. 5 miles from Turkey Point. $180/week - $180 refundable security deposit. Free internet dialup

Ready 1/26/06. Call Marilyn Davis: 305-245-6720 or email: mdavis@flkinfo.com :)

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« Reply #7 on: Aug 21, 2007, 01:59 »
I have a very nice apartment in the downstairs of my home in Key Largo Florida. Its probably a 25 minute drive to turkey point. Its canalfront, furnished, 1500 sq ft, central ac and has a washer and dryer. Its in the very nice subdivision called Port Largo at MM 100 on the oceanside.If you come to work at TP and want a nice place to rent, i will do short term rental. Seems all ive read is bad experiences in Homestead. We are a safe, very nice neighborhood. I can be reached at 305/522-1927
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« Reply #8 on: Aug 21, 2007, 03:23 »
Share lakefront 2BR 2BA condo. Satellite TV. Gated, secure community; pool & clubhouse. 5 miles from Turkey Point. $250/week - $150 refundable security deposit. Free cable internet

Ready now 08/22/07. Call Marilyn Davis: 305-245-6720 or email: mdavis@flkinfo.com

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #9 on: Sep 14, 2007, 02:20 »
For anyone considering relocating to Turkey Point: be careful of the area you choose to live. Find a gated and patrolled neighborhood if you are in Homestead / Florida City / Redlands until you know the area well enough to not get surprised. And not to sound prejudiced, but if they want to know if you qualify for Public Housing Assistance, that does not bode well!

The Keys are safe, though it is a long commute.

What are the other outlying areas like? Consider this news story about a cop-killer:

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/miami_dade/story/237028.html

This took place 2 lights away from the church my family belonged to on SW 288 St. (Biscayne). The areas East of US 1 North of Homestead (West of Homestead Air Force Reserve Base) are pretty rough, even by South Florida standards.

The place where the cop-killer was killed is where people will tell you is much safer (Western Broward County). Safer is relative...


The 2 postings above this one are in very safe areas. This is the type place I would want to stay for a while before I purchased in that area.




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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #10 on: Sep 14, 2007, 02:30 »
I have a very nice apartment in the downstairs of my home in Key Largo Florida. Its probably a 25 minute drive to turkey point. Its canalfront, furnished, 1500 sq ft, central ac and has a washer and dryer. Its in the very nice subdivision called Port Largo at MM 100 on the oceanside.If you come to work at TP and want a nice place to rent, i will do short term rental. Seems all ive read is bad experiences in Homestead. We are a safe, very nice neighborhood. I can be reached at 305/522-1927
Lucy

I lived in Key Largo (99 mile marker) and worked at Turkey Point. Key Largo is a great place... I loved it there. BUT -- if you want to stay there, it is more like 40 to 45 minutes from your door to the security building assuming you don't hit bad traffic and don't have trouble with parking. Do not get me wrong, I still would consider living there just for the joy of living in the Keys. But the road (which is currently undergoing construction of a new bridge) is long and narrow. The alternative route is a little longer but less likely to be backed up with traffic... and has a toll booth on it.

I am not trying to dissuade anyone from living there, I just want people to be aware of the trade-offs.
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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #11 on: Sep 23, 2007, 01:00 »
Do not stay at the Fairway Inn or the Super 8 hotel.   There was a shooting in the parking lot of Super 8 a couple of days ago, someone trying to steal a automobile.  At the Fairway  Inn the service is horrible.  Took two days to get a toilet fixed, the wireless has been down for at least a week (Im in the lobby now typing this), there is also only two washers and dryers for the whole complex which you will be sharing with the crew that is doing construction on the road to Key West.  Well I better leave there might be some "dope" in the parking lot.  Also not too far away from here there were four cops shot at,  one was killed and anothered injured.  Just found out today while reading the paper there was a person who was on death row who had been paroled, shopping in the Walmart that is only a mile away from the motels that most techs stay here at Turkey Pt.  One word should help make your decision on staying in the Fairway Inn, "Patel".

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« Reply #12 on: Oct 24, 2007, 12:54 »
I recently stayed at the Ramada (formerly Hampton Inn) in Florida City for 3 weeks while working at Turkey Point.  This is on the corner of US1 and East Palm, directly across the street from the Mutineer Restaurant. Here is a summary of that hotel:

The TV had no remote control and when I asked for one I got no resolution.  I asked for a universal remote.  Then oneday a universal remote showed up in my room but no instructions on how to program it.  I asked for instructions and they sent an attendant over with 2 batteries. Never did get the remote working.  The swimming pool was nice, no complaints about that.  The doors to the rooms used the famous electronic Ving Card.  In my case you'd get a green light but would have to give the door a good jolt to open it.  By the end of my stay I realized the door would open even on red if you gave it a jolt.  However on the day I went to checkout at 6:00am I went to the front desk. Tried to raise somebody, got no response.  Sat down at the breakfast bar and ate a muffin and some eggs.  Went back to the front desk and tried to get someone's attention to checkout.  I got on my cell phone and dialed the hotel number.  Literally let it ring for 3 minutes and there was no response.   Had to call the manager when I returned home to have her fax me a bill.  She said the employee on duty that night had been fired.  If you stay here, don't leave anything valuable like golf clubs or a PC in your room.

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« Reply #13 on: Dec 26, 2007, 06:09 »
Key Largo MM 105- 2 Bedroom Waterfront Trailer with Bay views, screened in patio, cable, washer/dryer, fully furnished, Quiet Neighborhood and will consider pets.  Monthly rentals only respond by email to MCDPI@aol.com or 561-758-1300.  Prior TP renters have never complained!!!  New road expansion makes for a quicker commute. 

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« Reply #14 on: Jan 05, 2008, 08:51 »
Here 7 miles from the plant in gated community have a furnished room for rent, no pets. Has mini fridge and microwave, also has full bathroom that is private.  room is detached from the rest of the house so there is privacy with this room.  Looking for all reasonable offers for the coming outage, definitely less than 50 dollars a day.  Location is 7 miles from the plant.

email me at chrisj1233@hotmail.com if interested. 

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« Reply #15 on: Apr 25, 2008, 01:48 »
 I have a 3 bedroom, 2 ba furnished home at MM 106 in Key Largo available for short term rental.  The master bedroom has w/i closet and private bath with jacuzzi tub.   2 smaller BR's share a nice walk in shower bath.  A/C, W/D.  Kit/LR/DR all one room.  Office area in back of kitchen.  Tons of kitchen storage.  The interior was recently remodeled.  Large screened in porch covers the entire back of the house and is a great place to relax, with the scent of the constantly blooming foliage in the air.  House is surrounded by patio on 3 sides and has a lot of privacy due to the trees and plants.  Parking for 4 in front of the home.  Safe neighborhood on high ground.  Quiet neighborhood.  Pennekamp Park 4 miles south of neighborhood.  Very easy access to the 18 mile stretch.  Electric and water included in rent.  There is a land line, cable line, and Direct TV line run to the house that renter can activate (at their own cost).  This house is on the market but has been for 2 years.  Recent Turkey Point consultant rented the home and was very happy with it.  All you need to bring is your clothes and linens.
Security deposit and 1st month rent.  References and proof of employement required.  Lease is month to month, but would prefer a 3-6 month committment. No pets  Mus tbe willing to allow realtor to show house.  Groundskeeper maintains property twice monthly.  Please call 847-828-5090 with serious inquiries only. 

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« Reply #16 on: Jun 10, 2008, 10:13 »
Has anyone tried to live in South Beach or Key Biscayne?  I might try that if the commute is not overwhelming.  40 miles door to door and going out of  Miami at 6AM should be ok.  Glut of oceanfront condos on the beach, can play lets make a deal.  Then, take the turnpike right past Homestead/FC and hope nothing gets on me.  They probably have a bunch of rules at SoBe to prevent me from riding my jetskis off the beach.  Tourist central.  Half of Key Biscayne is a park, which is nice, but they probably don't have models sunning themselves topless.  tough call.

Doesn't look like much to rent in the Keys other then mobile homes for 1500/month.  Pass.

Probably rent a hotel at the beach and see what the drive is like before I take a place. 

The contract is about 18 months so I don't want to slum it for that long. 
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« Reply #17 on: Jun 10, 2008, 10:46 »
Has anyone tried to live in South Beach or Key Biscayne?  I might try that if the commute is not overwhelming.  40 miles door to door and going out of  Miami at 6AM should be ok.  Glut of oceanfront condos on the beach, can play lets make a deal.  Then, take the turnpike right past Homestead/FC and hope nothing gets on me.  They probably have a bunch of rules at SoBe to prevent me from riding my jetskis off the beach.  Tourist central.  Half of Key Biscayne is a park, which is nice, but they probably don't have models sunning themselves topless.  tough call.

Doesn't look like much to rent in the Keys other then mobile homes for 1500/month.  Pass.

Probably rent a hotel at the beach and see what the drive is like before I take a place. 

The contract is about 18 months so I don't want to slum it for that long. 

I would count on 1 hour door-to-door if you live on Key Biscayne or Miami Beach... if traffic does not get in your way. It will probably be a bit worse sometimes.

There is also a glut of apartments/condos for rent about 6 to 10 miles from the plant, many of them in gated communities for about 1100 to 1200/month (2 - 3 bedrooms.) While you don't get to live on the beach that way, you only commute about 15 minutes door-to-door (including the security gate.) You probably won't be home during prime sightseeing times anyway, so why drive 2 hours a day when you can always visit the beach on the weekend?

If living on the beach is critical for you and worth ten hours a week out of your leisure time, of course go for it. But there are plenty of other options if you are careful where you look and get good local advice.
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« Reply #18 on: Jun 10, 2008, 11:56 »
Why do it? wake up to the sun rising over the atlantic. go to sleep with the sound of waves crashing on the beach.  Weekends.  1-2 hours of beach time per day.  dinner at a street cafe. 

It will depend on how much OT I have to do.  TP is on a 9 day schedule so there is a three dayer every other week.  If I have to put in 60/hr weeks, It doesn't make sense.  Plus, tolls and gas will add 300-400/month.  I'll probably hotel it for the first week or two until I can get a feel for the work load.  High work load will dictate Homestead, I'm afraid. 

But, it sounds doable if I'm working 40's.

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« Reply #19 on: Jun 10, 2008, 12:14 »
I lived on the beach for over a year at St. Lucie so I understand the attraction. But the 9 hour days minimum (that is the cost of the 9 day schedule) then the overtime if required, gets you back to the beach around 5:30 on a good day and later on many. And the traffic at 6 am is not terrible coming from Miami, but going to Miami at about 5:00 is damned near terrible most nights. Forget Fridays.

Don't get me wrong... lots of people do it -- though not too many to Miami Beach. Mostly it is to West Miami and Ft. Lauderdale/Pembroke Pines areas. Some people live in Key Largo and commute. I did that for an outage, too and it was not too bad, but with the bridge construction it is hit and miss.

Give it a shot for a while. Maybe you will find it worth the trouble. What are you coming here to do?
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« Reply #20 on: Jun 10, 2008, 01:13 »
I'm doing the Steam Path Upgrade to support the EPU scheduled for fall 2009.  Working with Siemens-Westinghouse to plan and execute, I'm assuming, the rotor and blade ring swap out.   

We can't get a fossil permit for our plants here at Fluor, so rather then sit around and wait for this summer's electrical crisis (We don't have enough NG to support peakers imo.  I see prices skyrocketing if we get a hot summer), I figure I go work some nuke turbines, hang at the beach, and make some mullah.  After the project I figure they might be breaking ground or at least staffing up for the new nuke builds.  I live in greenville SC right now and they have 4 proposed new builds within a 2hour drive.  Should be in a good position to rake the mullah after I'm done at turkey, or come back here at fluor direct.  Fluor is pretty good place to work, just slow right now.  I don't want to wait around for work to pick up.
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« Reply #21 on: Jun 11, 2008, 05:53 »
  After the project I figure they might be breaking ground or at least staffing up for the new nuke builds. 
Your gonna be waiting a long time if you think anyone is going to be breaking ground to build any new nukes.

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« Reply #22 on: Jul 09, 2008, 12:33 »
Commuting from South Beach for now.  Takes 50 minutes.  Staying at a place called the Bently on Ocean Dr.  They will take dogs and I got a place for a week.  Unbelievable.  Models all over the place every night.  My dog is a super model magnet. 
But, I will be setting up in Homestead because I need a garage for all my gear.  No waves in miami either. 

Southbeach is doable.  Oceanfront condos, 1500 sqft for 2-3K/month. 
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« Reply #23 on: Jul 09, 2008, 01:36 »
Here I am thinking of possibly going back but now I know more about where and where not to live. Gotta get away from these damn BWRs. hehehe

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« Reply #24 on: Jul 18, 2008, 02:44 »
I am permanently moving to the Miami area.  Hopefully I will pick up a job pretty quick at Turkey Point.  I am leaving the great white north (Davis Besse). 
My wife is working at FIU, University Park Campus.
Is anyone aware of a good 6 month or so rental at a reasonable?
I want to buy a house sooner than later but want to get to know the areas and the best places to live before I buy.  Plus, I may get a job at Turkey Point, but I don't want to leave the industry.
Anyway, if you could email me with any good places, that would be great.

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« Reply #25 on: Jul 21, 2008, 02:45 »
There are thousands of places for rent around Miami with far too many variables to discuss here. My recommendation is to contact a realtor. All the big names are around here, but the biggest local (well, Florida local) is Keyes Realtors. http://www.keyesrealtors.com/

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with Keyes Realtors in any way at all. The Keyes office in Jensen Beach has treated me well. Past experience may not predict future behavior.

If you want VERY close to Turkey Point try Keys Gate. http://keysgate.com/ I think they require 12 month leases, but you can't get closer to the plant and there are plenty of places available. Kelley at KeysGate Realtors helped me a lot.
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« Reply #26 on: Jul 22, 2008, 06:47 »
Keyes blows chunks.  They are a waste.  The largest RE down here, yes, that just means they have the most idiots.  I used a RE company in coral gables called Papillon llc and worked with Janie Coffee.  Developed world service vs the third world service you will get from the homestead locals.  Just pretend before you come down that you are going to Nicaragua and you'll be just fine.   

The stuff down here is overpriced crapola especially when you consider it is the swamp and is very poor.  So, just make sure FPL pays you enough to live in decent place.  Count on 1700-2500/month for a nice place.  FIU I think is in the gables. C-Gables is nice, but 4k and up for a nice place.  Plus, unless its close to the T-pike, count on over an hour to get to work.

Kendall is not too bad and about the same price as homestead.  oh, its about 20-30 minutes up the road torwards Miami.  I just found something in Homestead first or I would have picked kendall.  Its an Older neighborhood with at least a little bit of character.  Homestead has all the character of Tijuana without the bars/women.  What good is TJ without women and booze?  yeah, not much good at all.  welcome to homestead. 

I would hold off on the house buying.  Or get one at a foreclosure auction.  the houses in homestead are still 50% overvalued at least.  Miami condos on SoBe and Brickwell are going for 25 cents on the dollar.  Might be something to look into, but no way would I buy a house in a traditional manner.
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« Reply #27 on: Jul 23, 2008, 12:40 »
It's always been high. We paid 900.00 a month for a beautiful home in Cutler Ridge in 1981.

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« Reply #28 on: Jul 23, 2008, 01:17 »
I am so glad we did not buy a place when I was at Turkey Point 2004 - 2007. Yes Homestead sucks more then one could ever imagine. Living further north means you have to deal with traffic coming down the turnpike.

I could deal with the crappy management at the plant but when work sucks and where you live sucks that means something has to give.

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« Reply #29 on: Apr 13, 2009, 11:22 »
Turkey Point Lodging
1 bedroom + 1 & 1/2 bathrooms ( Satellite TV included )on a big beautiful lake with fish & turtles.
Lakeshore Community - 24 hr security + 2 pools & clubhouse.
Short distance to Turkey Point plant.

$598 / month + utilities. Available May13th to Nov 1.
Call Pat - 305 - 972 - 6090 or 603 - 475 - 6094

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« Reply #30 on: Apr 30, 2009, 08:37 »
Affordable Single-Wide KeyLagro Home. 2 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath, Jacuzzi, Fenced in yard. Only a 25 minute Beautiful Ride to Turkey Point Plant. For more info and pictures please visit www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p211411 or call Pete at 305-803-3901. You'll love the area, the waters and the fishing!

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« Reply #31 on: May 04, 2009, 08:53 »
Affordable Single-Wide KeyLagro Home. 2 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath, Jacuzzi, Fenced in yard. Only a 25 minute Beautiful Ride to Turkey Point Plant. For more info and pictures please visit www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p211411 or call Pete at 305-803-3901. You'll love the area, the waters and the fishing!

I won't dispute anything in that ad except the 25 minutes. If you can do that, you are going by water in a very fast boat. There isn't a chance you can average 60 mph (it is 25 MILES to Turkey Point from the island to the plant, not counting the drive on the island) up the '18 mile stretch' between the island and the mainland and the speed limit on the last 6 or 7 miles is 40 mph. I had to allow 45 minutes minimum to make the trip. As I have said before, it is beautiful and can be worth it in the short run, but there is a price to pay on 12 hour shifts.
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« Reply #32 on: May 16, 2009, 08:12 »
We have a lovely 2br/2ba condo in Key Largo with a minimum rental period of at least 3 months.  You can view our website at
www.keys-condo.com for more specific information.  Please feel free to give us a call if interested in fabulous living accommodations on the waterfront, with a pretty peaceful ride and back and forth to work each day and a wonderful place to come home to.  Will be available as of mid August 2009. 

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« Reply #33 on: Oct 05, 2009, 09:44 »
Any info on Turkey Point lodging for the upcoming outage would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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« Reply #34 on: Nov 14, 2009, 08:24 »
I am looking for a clean roommate to share a 3 bedroom 2 bath home on a caldis-ac and on a lake in Lakes by the Bay in Cutler Bay. Close to turnpike. Including you, I would be the only other person living in the house. High speed internet access, cable and all utilities included. One Parking space in driveway. Small backyard and plenty of room in the house. Newly furnished bedroom. The bedroom is about 9x12. Your own bathroom, sitting room all on a separate floor of the house. washer and dryer. Theature screen 7x7 in living room and fireplace. This community has night time roaming security . This is a very nice home and a quite neighborhood. You will have access to full house except the master bedroom and garage. About me. County Investigator and part time student majoring in psychology junior year at FIU. Gone most of the time. Please contact me if you are interested.
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« Reply #35 on: Nov 23, 2009, 11:49 »
Found lodging at nenbycottage.com in Florida City. Great for 20 min to the site and some privacy.

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« Reply #36 on: Nov 24, 2009, 11:20 »
Little late, outage over...
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« Reply #37 on: Dec 16, 2009, 12:17 »
Lakefront 3BR 2 BA condo. Rent the Master Bedroom 0n 2nd floor.  $180/week

Terrific view of the Lake.
Gated, secure community - 24 hr guard at the gate & 1 patrolling the complex; 2 pools & clubhouse.
WiFi internet included - high speed connection.

 
10 miles from Turkey Point.
Central Air/Heat.  Furnished.

 For smaller  bedroom $165/week - $165 refundable security deposit.

Also small bedroom in 2br 1.5 bath - Call me &  Ask about Rose's apt.

And Bedrooms in 3Br - Villages of Homestead
All Apartments close to Palm Drive & Turkey Point

Ready  Now - 09/08/11. Call Marilyn Davis: 305-245-6720 or email: mdavis@flkinfo.com

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #38 on: Feb 20, 2010, 04:16 »
KEY LARGO, MM103, 2BR 2BA CBS HOUSE, OCEANSIDE, 1/4 MILE FROM PENNEKAMP PARK!
Located in neighborhood with homeowners park, ramp and overnight boat dockage available, BBQ and basketball court.
Ocean access via largo sound.

Private backyard, 2 screened patios, Hot Tub, fenced yard and more!

Unfurnished, furnishings are possible.

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« Reply #39 on: Mar 01, 2010, 10:58 »
Found new, clean and comfortable lodgings with secure parking, only 3 miles from the plant.  Hard to find new hotels in Homestead, liked its location near shops and theater too.  Definitely coming back to Value Place Hotel.  Found out there is a special discount for Turkey Point, be sure and ask for it.

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« Reply #40 on: May 20, 2010, 09:46 »
looking for a place from June 2010 through September 2010 .  Just one person so one bedroom is fine.
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« Reply #41 on: Jul 09, 2010, 03:35 »
If you are working a temporary stint at Turkey Point why not rent/stay in Key Largo... an easy 30 minute drive well worth it to be staying in Paradise while on temporary assignment!  Please check out our web page at www.rentalspots.com  ... Please note, 3 month minimum rental period.  Feel free to phone us for more info at (734) 719-0855.

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« Reply #42 on: Aug 01, 2010, 06:26 »
I have a 2/2 single wide exactly nine miles east of Turkey Point. It has a fenced yard for dogs, and washer dryer. Take my number down for the next outage. 305-773-7465.

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« Reply #43 on: Feb 25, 2011, 08:24 »
Hi. Came across this forum and thought I might be able to get some help. My husband and I and our daughter will be headed down to turkey point in a week or two maybe, he will be working at the nuclear plant. Anyways, were looking for a place to away for a few months. We've been there before and stay In key largo at this marina and it was absolutely horrible. Looking for a place close to plant in homestead or something. Key largo is too far. Also access to a w/d. If anyone knows of anything please help. Thank you in advance.

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #44 on: May 20, 2011, 10:37 »
I have a 2/2 single wide exactly nine miles east of Turkey Point. It has a fenced yard for dogs, and washer dryer. Take my number down for the next outage. 305-773-7465.

I didn't know there were any single wides on Elliott Key.  ;)

(Probably 9 miles West, which is near US-1 intersection with FL Turnpike)
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« Reply #45 on: Jul 18, 2011, 01:07 »
Hello
My name is Diane Loveland w/ Key largo Rentals . We welcome Turkey Point employees and will try and give you the best quote possible for accomadations being transferred here to Turkey Point for your job assignments. Key largo is a popular place to stay and we will try and fit your needs.
I have anywhere from 1 bedrms to 3 bedrooms condos/villas  , house's in Key largo.

Please try and call in advance for best deal. Diane Loveland 305 451-5987 home/office and 305 923-1333 cell. You can call starting at 8:30 am to 10:pm Monday to Sunday.
Here are some links to preview ..copy and paste..
http://rentalo.com/47045/key_largo-florida-vacation_rental-home-house.html
http://www.vacationrentals.com/vacation-rentals/22414.html
http://www.alwaysonvacation.com/vacation-rentals/429679.html
http://www.findrentals.com/52146.html
http://rentalo.com/47045/key_largo-florida--2.html
http://myholidayhomerental.com/listings/367-oceanview-3-bedroom-villa-
http://www.alwaysonvacation.com/vacation-rentals/429682.html http://www.homeaway.com/property/preview/281667
http://www.findvacationrentals.com/florida/key-largo-condo-rentals-11626.html
http://www.alwaysonvacation.com/details/United-States_Florida_Tavernier_499403.html
http://www.findvacationrentals.com/florida/key-largo-villa-rentals-10923.html http://www.findvacationrentals.com/florida/key-largo-condo-rentals-12395.html
http://www.findvacationrentals.com/florida/key-largo-villa-rentals-12426.html
http://www.alwaysonvacation.com/vacation-rentals/1011108.html
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http://www.alwaysonvacation.com/vacation-rentals/1011110.html
http://www.alwaysonvacation.com/vacation-rentals/1011111.html
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« Reply #46 on: Aug 04, 2011, 02:55 »
Hello
Looking for a place to stay in Key largo area?? I can help. I have condos and have help many fellow workers. Starting August 13 till December 17 good rates!! We welcome and appreciate your business..
 Diane Loveland /owner
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« Reply #47 on: Aug 09, 2011, 12:30 »
I will have two rooms available starting September 2011, both will have queen beds, wi fi available, one room with a private bath room, the other will need to use the hall bath, however it will be your personal bath. The home is on 5 acres with a pool. Must like cats, electric is included and you will have use of the kitchen, the kitchen will be shared along with the living area's, you will be responsible for your own meals and cleaning up. Smoking must be on the patio or outside, no smoking in the house. Very quite area. I will be asking $650/ month per room.
Please email me at kcwsales@aol.com, if you are interested. 

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« Reply #48 on: Sep 09, 2011, 12:42 »
KEY LARGO, MM103, 2BR 2BA CBS HOUSE, OCEANSIDE, 1/4 MILE FROM PENNEKAMP PARK!
Located in neighborhood with homeowners park, ramp and boat dockage available, BBQ and basketball court.
Ocean access via largo sound.

Private backyard, 2 screened patios, Hot Tub, fenced yard and more!

Unfurnished, furnishings are possible.

http://keys.craigslist.org/apa/2590000769.html

305-851-2926
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« Reply #49 on: Oct 11, 2011, 12:05 »
Housing for rent; Large 4/2 and 1/2 stilt home on the water in north Key Largo. Large property furnished and ready to occupy. Very private setting and large boat dockage also. See pics and more info here http://keys.craigslist.org/apa/2643765009.html Contact Frank @ 305-525-2580
 


 

 
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« Reply #50 on: Nov 18, 2011, 08:43 »
Housing for rent; Large 4/2 and 1/2 stilt home on the water in north Key Largo. Large property furnished and ready to occupy. Very private setting and large boat dockage also. See pics and more info here http://keys.craigslist.org/apa/2643765009.html Contact Frank @ 305-525-2580
 

Curious if this place is available since the post is no longer viewable.

 

 


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« Reply #51 on: Jan 15, 2012, 07:21 »
I'm heading to Turkey Point on the 23rd looking for a place to rent any ideals?

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« Reply #52 on: Jan 24, 2012, 07:33 »
Hola. Kinda weird posting outside of my typical forum  :D

I was just going to see if anyone might have some information on lodging for the Turkey Point area that will allow pets also? Will probably be there around a 6 months to a year so I'd much rather take him with me then to rely on someone to take care of him while I am gone. It's gotta be somewhere that accepts bigger dogs cause he is a Siberian Husky. He's only about 40-50 lbs but looks bigger simply because of the amount of hair he has. (what did I get myself into traveling with a dog? lol)

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« Reply #53 on: Jan 24, 2012, 08:54 »
Hola. Kinda weird posting outside of my typical forum  :D

I was just going to see if anyone might have some information on lodging for the Turkey Point area that will allow pets also? Will probably be there around a 6 months to a year so I'd much rather take him with me then to rely on someone to take care of him while I am gone. It's gotta be somewhere that accepts bigger dogs cause he is a Siberian Husky. He's only about 40-50 lbs but looks bigger simply because of the amount of hair he has. (what did I get myself into traveling with a dog? lol)

Thanks fellas/ladies

Most of the safe places to stay in the Homestead area (i.e. the gated communities) require a one year lease. Pet acceptability is between the renter and the landlord. If you think you are going to be there close to a year you can probably sign a year's lease with an 'escape clause' if your job is terminated early. If you go north (Cutler Bay and above) or south (Key Largo) you will probably find a place to rent that will allow the dog, but then you travel farther to work and back... you have to allow about 45 minutes to an hour from your house to inside the plant gate if you live in Key Largo, but it is a nice place.

I used to travel with two Siberian Huskies -- the female was 40 lbs and the male was about 100 lbs -- and I can tell you he won't like Florida very much. Even if he has a shady spot, if he has to stay outside of air conditioning in the summer he will suffer in the heat. I was in Crystal River (north west side of the state) from about October through December and the dogs were unhappy outside.

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« Reply #54 on: Jan 25, 2012, 03:29 »
Most of the safe places to stay in the Homestead area (i.e. the gated communities) require a one year lease. Pet acceptability is between the renter and the landlord. If you think you are going to be there close to a year you can probably sign a year's lease with an 'escape clause' if your job is terminated early. If you go north (Cutler Bay and above) or south (Key Largo) you will probably find a place to rent that will allow the dog, but then you travel farther to work and back... you have to allow about 45 minutes to an hour from your house to inside the plant gate if you live in Key Largo, but it is a nice place.

I used to travel with two Siberian Huskies -- the female was 40 lbs and the male was about 100 lbs -- and I can tell you he won't like Florida very much. Even if he has a shady spot, if he has to stay outside of air conditioning in the summer he will suffer in the heat. I was in Crystal River (north west side of the state) from about October through December and the dogs were unhappy outside.

Good Luck. You can PM me for more info if I can help.

Thanks, I definitely was looking in the Key Largo and Cutler Bay areas simply because of what I had read etc. on Florida City/Homestead .. not to mention most of my family lives in Pembroke Pines/Coral Gables areas so I knew it was notorious for being a rough city. I'm sure my .357 could scare off a few at least!

I figured my dog won't like the heat so much. I live in South Alabama so maybe he will be a little used to it even though I keep him inside a lot. Guess we will see how that one turns out !

Appreciate your help. I may message you later for some more info. THanks
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« Reply #55 on: Jan 25, 2012, 10:32 »
ONE YEAR LEASE STARTING THIS MARCH 1ST 2012.  BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH HOME TUCKED AWAY INSIDE KEYS GATE GOLF CLUB COMMUNITY.  THIS HOME HAS IT ALL, SPECTACULAR GOLF AND LAKE VIEWS, WITH A SCREENED POOL TO BOAST. KITCHEN FEATURES CORIAN COUNTER TOPS, TOP OF THE LINE APPLIANCES, DESIGNER LIGHTING THROUGHOUT THE HOME WITH TASTEFUL APPOINTMENTS TO MATCH.  NICLEY LANDSCAPED, GATED COMMUNITY WITH ROVING SECURITY, GOLF, TENNIS, RESTAURANT/LOUNGE.  OWNERS ARE ASKING FOR A FAMILY UNIT, LEASE AMOUNT AT $2000 PER MONTH, FIRST LAST AND SECURITY, CONTACT MANNY LARA, MARKETWISE REALTY AT 786-255-8714

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« Reply #56 on: Jan 26, 2012, 04:25 »
I could almost hear that  last post :P

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« Reply #57 on: Feb 10, 2012, 11:51 »
We have a rental property 10 miles from Turkey Point
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Year contract is $850 a Month.
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« Reply #58 on: Feb 28, 2012, 07:34 »

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I have a very nice furnished bedroom in my canal front Oceanside home in Key Largo. There are two queen beds and plenty of closet space, washer and dryer, cable and wi-fi. You have your own bath just outside your door. and balcony through your patio door. Snorkel or fish right in the canal or just sit and enjoy the multitude of reef fish at our dock. There is a huge double decker patio on the roof overlooking the ocean as well as the one down buy the water. The neighborhood is super safe and quiet with the exception of the occasional Keys party. You are just around the corner from the Pilot House restaurant, American Legion, Plus more. I am a nuke guy myself but please talk to my wife, "Tamera". 305-240-7387 or builditsl@gmail.com
 

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« Reply #59 on: Mar 18, 2012, 08:39 »
Turkey Point Contractor House

Share a 1600 Sq Ft house wih 3 other contractors Near the Homestead Hosipital  $200 per week

FP&L Turkey Point Contractors .... fully furnished rooms in a nice home close to work. Each room comes with a queen bed, flat screen tv, wireless internet and desk and comfy furnishing and each of the 4 rooms has access to two shared bathrooms a fully furnished kitchen and living room with TV and wireless internet and a washer and dryer. Each of the 4 bedrooms have private locks and locable storage area. Why pay alot of money to extended stay hotels or cheap motels with not much privacy when you can save money and be more comfortable here. For more information and availability TEXT MESSAGE (NAME - NUMBER- AND THE WORD TURKEY POINT) to 305-910-7991 and i will call soon as possible im very busy so PLEASE TEXT 305-910-7991

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« Reply #60 on: Aug 07, 2012, 12:04 »
I will be arriving in the Turkey Point area August 12th, 2012 and will need temporary housing in the area. Please contact me if you have any information of a clean, affordable safe place that I may be interested in while working at Turkey Point. Email pics or links and/or any info to geraldlaine@yahoo.com or call (574)806-1649

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« Reply #61 on: Aug 07, 2012, 03:33 »
Campgrounds have plenty of lots now. I'm at the Boardwalk, lots of spaces and rentals. Call 305-248-2487.
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« Reply #62 on: Sep 26, 2012, 09:36 »
I will be heading down there in 2 weeks. I will be on site for the duration of the EPU approx until feb/mar 2013. Looking for a rental that is furnished and in a nice safe area.

Please email jboyd2007@gmail.com

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« Reply #63 on: Oct 02, 2012, 03:24 »
If anyone has lodging information for this facility, please post it here.

There are a few hotels that take dogs,resonable rates if your working the outages, just show ID badge,believe it is less then $50.per day,one is Hampton Inn (305)247-8833, there is also a trailer park on Biscayne Drive (288th St) and 132 Ave. next to Air Base that offers low cost temp.trailers w/pets. Many who work outages stay there,it is secure w/guard at gate, mostly older folks live there during year.Many offer rooms within their homes during outages & post notices on boards at the plant.
 

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Housing For rent: Waterfront in Tavernier, Fl ( Key Largo) call Barbra Mort at 305 853 0953.
 
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« Reply #64 on: Oct 17, 2012, 03:17 »
I'll be arriving at Turkey Point on October 29th and staying till February/March. 

Looking for a place to rent.  If possible, would like to take my wife and children (2). 

704 576 9355 or mhherndonfam@gmail.com

Thank you for your time!

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« Reply #65 on: Oct 27, 2012, 11:12 »
Share furnished 3/2 house. MM 89, Nice neighborhood. A/C, W/D, Cable TV, high speed internet,gas grill on balcony. NO SMOKING INSIDE PLEASE. NO PETS $700-$650 incl.Utility Efficenicy Below$1,000.00 for a single person. $1,050.00 for a couple,utlility included.
Call BILL (305) 394-2338

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« Reply #66 on: Oct 27, 2012, 06:39 »
Share furnished 3/2 house. MM 89, Nice neighborhood. A/C, W/D, Cable TV, high speed internet,gas grill on balcony. NO SMOKING INSIDE PLEASE. NO PETS $700-$650 incl.Utility Efficenicy Below$1,000.00 for a single person. $1,050.00 for a couple,utlility included.
Call BILL (305) 394-2338

A word of caution: MM 89 is about 45 miles from the plant, mostly on 45 mph roads that are often crowded or under construction. Beautiful area, long drive, particularly on 12s.
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« Reply #67 on: Nov 01, 2012, 01:58 »
Key Largo waterfront 2 BR / 2 BA home with a dock and 50' of waterfront for rent.  Access to bay and ocean.  Located at Mile Marker 98 in Key Largo.  Approximately 44 miles from the Turkey Point Plant.  The home is nicely updated and furnished in a quiet and friendly subdivision that has a private beach and boat ramp. The property is fenced so a behaved pet is welcome.  12 month rental $2200/month plus utilities.  6 month rental is $3200 and includes utilities.  Email for pictures and more info to:  keylargirl@gmail.com or leave a message at 305-453-3218.

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« Reply #68 on: Nov 27, 2012, 02:13 »
I have one room available at this time.
Located just 15 minutes from the parking lot guard gate
$150 per week or $500 if paid monthly
all amenities, laundry, kitchen, semi-private bath
DirecTV, WiFi.
call or text 305-389-3947
(my place is near SW 288 st & SW 137 ave...aka biscayne & speedway)

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« Reply #69 on: Dec 10, 2012, 10:01 »
KEY LARGO , MM 101.5  approx. 45 minutes from T/P .. Waterfront Living. Long Term Rental from March 1st till Oct. 1st
Gated and 24 hr security  Located in Calusa Trailer Park on Gulf side.  Boat Slip available  Rates and information are available at the park office
approx. $ 1500.00 per month..1 bedroom 1 Bathroom, C/W all park included amenities, ie, pool,  laundry facilities, fishing is awesome,  Many people from T/P lodge there, so there is always car pool options.
 This lot is waterfront, so a gem of a property.

If interested contact Chris Nelson  kwmaintenance@execulink.com



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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #70 on: Jan 01, 2013, 09:03 »
was considering going to turkey point is there any reasonable and safe places to stay for a couple of months I'm traveling with my wife and our dog ?

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #71 on: Jan 02, 2013, 07:33 »
Text me (260) 750-0817

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Female Roommate ( Turkey Point Homestead) 5 minutes from plant
« Reply #72 on: Jan 21, 2013, 10:25 »
Female Roommate wanted. Cozy room includes a furnished Bedroom and walk-in closet. All utilities included, cable /internet, as well as use of all common areas: laundry room, kitchen, living room. First, & security required. Willing to rent on a month to month basis. Looking for someone responsible and clean. Pool, sauna & gym available but need to get $25 card with the club house. Monthly cost to use the club house is not included in the price. No smoking inside the house, no pets no firearms.
$650 a month. email mexicodf26@aol.com.

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #73 on: Jan 29, 2013, 11:21 »
Fully furnished new townhouse in Waterstone just a few miles from the plant 3 beds 3 bath with 2 assigned parking spots available immediately for $1600 per month. Internet included let me know if interested by calling or texting me 305-360-0878. My name is Andrew

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #74 on: Feb 11, 2013, 12:29 »
RV SITE for RENT.  Located on Private Property in the Redlands.  Full Hook-Up including water, electric and satellite TV. Fenced in with your own gated entrance. Can accommodate Motor Homes and Fifth Wheels. Private and Secure. Monthly no Lease required.   $600.00 per month.  CONTACT: kkorners@bellsouth.net or Ken 786-223-0472 or Kerri 786-223-0476.

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #75 on: Feb 28, 2013, 10:21 »
Unfurnished (beds can be added for an extra fee). Long term only 6+ months. First month ($1550) plus last month/security deposit ($1550) to move in. Mandatory background check is required by HOA ($100, refundable upon approval via first month rent reduction). Can be sub-leased to FPl co-workers, they will need to pass background check as well (no refunds for roommates).

4 bed/3.5 bathroom, two story house (over 2500sq feet, 2 car garage) in upscale and secure Homestead Waterstone Community.Two rooms downstairs, as well kitchen and half bathroom, 3 bedrooms upstairs (including master), each has its own bathroom.  It is very close to Turnpike (exits 5,6 and 2), Turkey Point Nuclear Powerstation is 8-10 minutes away. Gated community has a clubhouse with gym and 3 pools.  First month plus last month/security deposit to move in. Available immediately. No drugs, smoking (outside is ok), drinking or pets (outside or with Pet Deposit is ok).

Link to additional photos: http://goo.gl/KdcC7

If interested please call Marvin (property manager) at 786-255-3789 or 305-587-4159
Showings are possible on short notice starting 28th of February 2013.


Keywords: Kendall, South Miami, South Florida, Turnpike, Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant, FPL, Florida Keys, Key West, Homestead, Florida City, Miami Dade College South MDC, Everglades National Park , Biscayne National Park, New Baptist Hospital, Homestead Miami Speedway


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Rooms available 3 miles north of Turkey Point
« Reply #76 on: Mar 03, 2013, 01:38 »
Hello all,
I own a home that is just 3 miles north of the Turkey Point entrance road.
(feel free to mapquest it, I am at 13702 SW 285 st, 33033)
My outage workers have gone home so I have 2 standard rooms available.
I rent for $150 per week or $500 per month
If you pay for the month and leave early, I do refund money (I've heard stories)
I have had had several outage workers stay with me over the years, 3 of them have returned time & time again.

In addition to the standard rooms, if you want a private bathroom, I can rent my master suite for $750/month

If you are interested, call or text me at 305-389-3947

Rooms include all utilities and amenities...
HE washer/dryer, kitchen, DirecTV, WiFi, big TV's, most rooms have private fridge

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #77 on: Mar 03, 2013, 01:48 »
Permanent nuke workers... I have a 3/2 mobile home for sale for $20k cash or $25k with 0% financing
Comes partially furnished... 1 full & 1 twin bed (complete beds), 1 chest of drawers, 1 TV, complete kitchen, dining & living room setup and maybe a computer desk.
It has plant shade houses, a meat smoker (needs work) and a new storage shed. Washer & dryer, fridge & A/C are fairly new, water heater is brand new. I bought it in October and fixed it up to live in, but now I want to live further north (I am not a nuke worker, I am a retired federal officer).
The trailer was built in 1993, it is in very good condition, it is about 925 square feet (14 x 66) and it is on a large lot (30 x 100)
The lot rent is the cheapest around at $375/month
There is a community pool & clubhouse
If you are interested, please call 305-389-3947 so i can show it.

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #78 on: Mar 14, 2013, 02:00 »

I have two furnished rooms in  my private home, Not fancy but clean, quiet, and secure in Redlands.

Have pets on site, (dogs,cats), pool, large lot plenty of parking.

$200.00 a week, includes direct TV, washer & dryer, utilities,kitchen privileges, wifi.

 My outage workers leave next week; Open by  April 1st. 

Valerie

786-255-2506  Leave message.
 

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« Reply #79 on: Apr 11, 2013, 02:47 »
Efficiency for Rent in Homestead (Krome Ave/296 St)
$175/Week
Private Entry
Private Full Bath
Furnished
Kitchenette

Available Now!
Call 786-261-4049

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #80 on: May 06, 2013, 07:04 »
RV FOR RENT; In the Redlands, NEAR TURKEY POINT. Private and secure. Fully equipped. Fenced with your own gated entrance. One bedroom and bath with a living room and a kitchen. No lease required. Includes water, electric, satellite T.V. and WiFi. If interested call Ken @786-223-0472 or  Kerri @786-223-0476 or kkorners@bellsouth.net. PRIVATE AND SECURE. RENT IS $300 per week.
« Last Edit: May 10, 2016, 11:18 by krickert »

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« Reply #81 on: May 20, 2013, 06:20 »
I have lodging about 7 miles away from Turkey Point

18912 SW 318 Tera Street

Cell 989-233-4452

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FLORIDA KEYS Lodging Advertising
« Reply #82 on: Jun 18, 2013, 10:51 »
Turkey Point Plant. Florida City. Ive been renting to nuclear workers for 20 years. I have a 1500 sq ft downstairs apartment in my home. Its about a 30 mile drive each way. Its a 2 bedroom, 1 bath, furnished waterfront apartment. It has a washer/dryer, central ac, wireless internet and cable. Most of the guys who have tried staying close to the plant, have found they prefer to awake in the Florida Keys, than a hotel room in Florida City. Its worth the extra buck. I get $ 500 a week for two, or $ 450 a week for one. may references and repeat renters for references. 305-522-1927

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #83 on: Sep 10, 2013, 08:30 »
Upper Florida Keys
Gorgeous Home in Tavernier,Florida  
Private Gated Community
100 Feet on Bayside Canal
Shore Power, cut in Boatslip
3 Bedroom / 3 Bath
Over 2500 Square Ft.
Washer and Dryer, Full Kitchen
Fully Furnished w/Billard Room overlooking Canal
Tropical Lush Landscaped Backyard
$3500 per month annually,  or call for seasonal pricing.
Pictures available upon request
954-789-9466 ask for Billy
« Last Edit: Sep 10, 2013, 10:34 by wvc1955 »

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #84 on: Nov 02, 2013, 02:25 »
RV FOR RENT ON PRIVATE PROPERTY IN THE REDLANDS. FULLY FURNISHED AND STOCKED; ONE BED ONE BATH, KITCHEN AND LIVINGROOM. GATED WITH YOUR OWN PRIVATE ENTRANCE. $300 per week. WHICH INCLUDES WATER, ELECTRIC, SATELLITE T.V. AND WI-FI. NO LEASE. WE HAVE RENTED TO TURKEY POINT EMPLOYEES FOR PAST FIVE YEARS. IF INTERESTED PLEASE CALL 786-223-0476 OR E-MAIL@ KKORNERS@BELLSOUTH.NET.
« Last Edit: May 10, 2016, 11:20 by krickert »

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #85 on: Nov 25, 2013, 03:12 »
****** HOUSING - RENTALS - APARTMENTS - CONDO'S - TOWNHOMES ******

Wanted to offer my Real Estate Service's in and around the Homestead area approximately  15 to 20 minutes away from the plant. Most of the places have pools and gyms and are safer then some areas of Homestead. I can also help with housing in the Keys and Miami. My son has been with Turkey Point the last three years so in helping to find a place for him I decided to try and help others. Let me know if you have any questions...Thanks

Chuck Atkinson
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Licensed Florida & North Carolina Broker
305-910-7991  Email: Indigobluerealtyllc@yahoo.com

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« Reply #86 on: Mar 06, 2014, 12:11 »
Rooms available in quiet Cutler Bay is approximately 25 minutes from Turkey Point. Wi-fi, cable tv, utilities, washer & dryer, and kitchen. $250 a week. Please Call Diana 786-274-0746 or email diahixs@comcast.net
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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #87 on: Apr 11, 2014, 05:05 »

I have a room for rent located five minutes from turkey point. please email me at mpmobil2@aol.com

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #88 on: Apr 17, 2014, 12:02 »
RV for Rent on private property in the Redlands,HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. Fenced with your own gated entrance. One bedroom, bath, livingroom and kitchen.PRIVATE AND SECURE. Rent is $300 per week, which includes water, electric, satellite TV and WIFI. No lease required. If interested call @786-223-0476 or e-mail@kkorners@bellsouth.net.
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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #89 on: Jul 21, 2014, 09:11 »
I have a room for rent "minutes" away from Turkey Point.  Private furnished bedroom with adjacent bathroom, includes; directv, electric, washer/dryer, full use of kitchen and living room, use of club house (optional) . Located in a Quiet Gated Community near Speedway, movie theater, dining, and local shops.  $500/monthly (or) $150/weekly. For more information contact me by email: ldtcareer@gmail.com or phone: 786-508-2118 Lorra.
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« Reply #90 on: Jul 29, 2014, 03:01 »
I have 2 rooms for rent "minutes" away from Turkey Point.  2-Private furnished bedrooms with adjacent bathroom, includes; directv, electric, washer/dryer, full use of kitchen and living room, use of club house (optional) . Located in a Quiet Gated Community (Isles of Oasis) near Speedway, movie theater, dining, Baptist Hospital, and local shops.  $500/monthly (or) $150/weekly w/$100.00 deposit. For more information contact me by email: ldtcareer@gmail.com or phone: 786-508-2118 Lorra.


Bedroom (1):  Has been reserved for 9/11/14 Until November/2014  +K

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Lodging for Turkey Point Employees
« Reply #91 on: Feb 03, 2015, 11:25 »
RV SITE FOR RENT IN REDLANDS, HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. FENCED WITH YOUR OWN GATED ENTRANCE. FULL HOOK UP INCLUDING 30 AMP, WATER, ELECTRIC, SATELLITE TV AND WIFI. CAN ACCOMMODATE MOTORHOMES AND FIFTH WHEELS.PRIVATE AND SECURE. RENT IS $550 PER MONTH. IF INTERESTED CONTACT KEN @ (786)223-0472 or KERRI @(786)223-0476. E-MAIL; KKORNERS@BELLSOUTH.NET.
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Re: Turkey Point Lodging
« Reply #92 on: Apr 26, 2015, 02:16 »
 RV FOR RENT ON PRIVATE PROPERTY IN THE REDLANDS, HOMESTEAD,FLORIDA. NEAR TURKEY POINT PLANT. FENCED WITH YOUR OWN GATED ENTRANCE. ONE BEDROOM, ONE BATH, LIVING ROOM AND KITCHEN. INCLUDES ELECTRIC,WATER, SATELLITE T.V. AND WI-FI. NO LEASE REQUIRED,$300 per week. IF INTERESTED PLEASE CALL 786-223-0476 OR E-MAIL KKORNERS@BELLSOUTH.NET.
« Last Edit: May 10, 2016, 11:26 by krickert »

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Re: Lodging for Turkey Point Employees
« Reply #93 on: Sep 16, 2015, 10:48 »
RV FOR RENT ON PRIVATE PROPERTY IN THE REDLANDS, HOMESTEAD,FLORIDA NEAR TURKEY POINT PLANT. FENCED WITH YOUR OWN GATED ENTRANCE. ONE BEDROOM, ONE BATH, LIVING ROOM AND KITCHEN. INCLUDES ELECTRIC,WATER, SATELLITE T.V. AND WI-FI. NO LEASE REQUIRED. RENT IS $300 A WEEK. IF INTERESTED PLEASE CALL 786-223-0476 OR E-MAIL KKORNERS@BELLSOUTH.NET.
« Last Edit: May 10, 2016, 11:30 by krickert »

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Turkey Point 2015 outage lodging
« Reply #94 on: Sep 29, 2015, 07:47 »
Available... One room or a full house! This outage only.
The home is for sale, and may be shown during your stay, but will not affect your stay.
This is a 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom house.
It is 2 story, less than ten years old and close to the plant.
The master suite is $200/week
The regular rooms are $150/week
In the past I had someone call where the husband & wife both work outages and the kids are homeschooled... If you need the entire home, I can do $500/week if you have 1 or 2 cars.
There is a full kitchen, but no grill.
If interested, call or text me at 305-389-3947

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #95 on: Nov 11, 2015, 01:49 »
 RV SITE for Rent ON PRIVATE PROPERTY In the Redlands.  FULL HOOK UP 30 AMP Rent is $550 a MONTH which includes Satellite TV in living room and bedroom, Wi-Fi, water and electric. You have your own gate to the property. No lease is required. CAN ACCOMMODATE MOTORHOMES OR FIFTH WHEELS. PRIVATE AND SECURE. If interested contact at kkorners@bellsouth.net or 786-223-0476.
« Last Edit: Mar 07, 2016, 09:58 by krickert »

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #96 on: Feb 27, 2016, 11:38 »
Private RV for Rent In the Redlands.  One bedroom and bath, living room and fully stocked kitchen.Rent is $300 a week which includes Satellite TV in living room and bedroom, Wi-Fi, water and electric. You have your own gate to the property. No lease is required. Will send pictures upon request. If interested contact at kkorners@bellsouth.net or 786-223-0476
« Last Edit: May 10, 2016, 11:12 by krickert »

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #97 on: Mar 07, 2016, 09:48 »
RV SITE FOR RENT ON PRIVATE PROPERTY IN THE REDLANDS, HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA.FULL HOOK UP,30 AMP, INCLUDES WATER, ELECTRIC, SATELLITE TV AND WIFI. FENCED WITH YOUR OWN GATED ENTRANCE. CAN ACCOMMODATE MOTORHOMES AND FIFTH WHEELS. PRIVATE AND SECURE. NO LEASE REQUIRED. RENT IS 550 PER MONTH. CONTACT ; KKORNERS@BELLSOUTH.NET OR 7862230476.
« Last Edit: Mar 07, 2016, 10:10 by krickert »

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Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #98 on: Mar 17, 2016, 08:58 »
Canalfront 1400 sq ft 2/1 in Key Largo for the Turkey Pointers ! Safe, nicely furnished and clean. Cable tv, wireless internet, central ac, washer and dryer.  MM 100. First Key in key Largo. sliding doors to canal and tiki. small boat ok.

305-522-1927

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« Reply #99 on: Aug 10, 2016, 07:10 »
Efficiency/Apt in Gated community near Turkey Point Homestead, Fl..
Private entrance, parking space,
1 person $700 a month everything included..
Email: thecutiesrus@aol.com
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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #100 on: Sep 26, 2016, 10:44 »
RV FOR RENT IN THE REDLANDS. THIRTY THREE FOOT FIFTH WHEEL ON PRIVATE PROPERTY WITH YOUR OWN GATED ENTRANCE. WE HAVE RENTED TO TURKEY POINT EMPLOYEES ONLY FOR THE PAST TEN YEARS. THERE IS A SEPARATE BEDROOM, BATHROOM AND LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN. RENT INCLUDES; SATELLITE T.V., WI-FI, AND ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED. RENT IS $200 PER WEEK WITH NO CONTRACT. WILL SEND PICTURES IF REQUESTED. WE ALSO HAVE A RV SITE WITH FULL HOOK-UP THAT CAN ACCOMMODATE MOTOR HOMES AND FIFTH-WHEELS.INCLUDES WATER,ELECTRIC, WI-FI AND SATELLITE TV. $500 A MONTH OR $137 PER WEEK. IF INTERESTED CONTACT AT kkorners@bellsouth.net or 786-223-0476.
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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #101 on: Dec 02, 2016, 09:03 »
Hi Hennhack


Best location for extended stay Nuc Workers
Contact Best Studio Inn located 2 miles from the plan
Studios Full kitchen-Free High Speed Internet-500channels Directv-Guest Laundry-Weekly Housekeeping
Best Studio Inn offers special rate forTurkey Point workers ( FPL-Zimmerman-Areva...)

Thank you
Contact
Jamel GM
305-766-0137
Front Desk  8am to 7Pm  305-245-5000
info@beststudioinn.com

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« Reply #102 on: Jan 26, 2017, 09:05 »
Private, 4/2 House for Rent $1700. month in the Villages of Homestead about 5 miles from Turkey Point. I just posted it on craigslist, so is still available. For more information and pictures
Please visit craigslist at this link or call me at 786-515-3453. Great House and Great Location!


http://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/apa/5976039409.html

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« Reply #103 on: Mar 07, 2017, 12:37 »
3/2 Fully Furnished home at the top of Key Largo.  $2995 per month includes all utilities; Electric, Water, Diretv, VOiP, Wifi with Bluetooth printer. Fenced yard with access to dockage across street for additional fee.  Available immediately. MM106 Bayside


Contact Jamie for showing instructions!



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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #104 on: Apr 05, 2017, 11:42 »
 FIFTH WHEEL LOCATED IN REDLANDS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY FOR RENT TO TURKEY POINT EMPLOYEES ONLY. YOU HAVE YOUR OWN PRIVATE GATED ENTRANCE TO THE PROPERTY. NO LEASE, CAN RENT WEEK TO WEEK. WI-FI,SATELLITE TV WATER AND ELECTRIC ARE ALL INCLUSIVE.WE ALSO HAVE A RV SITE ON OUR PROPERTY. IT CAN ACCOMMODATE MOTOR HOMES AND FIFTH-WHEELS. FULL HOOK-UP INCLUDES WATER,ELECTRIC, WI-FI AND SATELLITE TV. IF INTERESTED REPLY TO kkorners@bellsouth.net or 786-223-0476. WILL SEND PICTURES IF REQUESTED.
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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #105 on: Jul 01, 2017, 11:09 »

We have a large efficiency/ 1 bedroom/1 bath available (just vacated by someone who was working at Turkey Point !).. in a nice area just off of US 1.  Easy and convenient drive to Turkey Point.  It's fully furnished and equipped.  Need to bring nothing but your toothbrush!


It's very private and peaceful with lots of outdoor spaces.  NOT an apartment complex.  It is a big house that we converted into 2 furnished apartments.  They are completely private and independent from each other but share the common (gated) grounds, parking area and screened porch with outdoor sink and barbecue.


The address is 22526 Old Dixie Hwy.. We are on the edge of the Redland area, right next to pretty Cauley Square and across from the Miami-Dade bike/walking path.   Rent is $1,000 per month for SINGLE occupant only! (Couples accepted for $1,200 per month. (There is only 1 queen size bed to sleep on!)  RENT include ALL utilities, (electric, water, gas, high speed internet and U-verse TV with over 300 channels! Apartment will be ready to show on July 3.  Please call if you have questions, want to see pictures of the inside ( I can send via email.. or look for it at https://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/sub/6196079731.html


Thank you, Gladys (305) 772-4726
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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #106 on: Oct 26, 2017, 10:22 »
2BR/2BA condo in Key Largo on bayside available as of January 2018.  No pets, no smokers.  Visit condokeys.com for more information; new pics will be added soon due to remodel.

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« Reply #107 on: May 10, 2018, 06:05 »
Redlands area 16.5 miles from Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station. Quite and very private mobile home park. Room for rent $150.00 a week, includes King Bed, 4K flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi, NETFLEX, washer/dryer, personal parking, private entrance and spacious back yard. Please call Ceci (305) 767-5998.
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« Reply #108 on: Jul 17, 2018, 10:14 »
2 BR/2BA on Canal at MM 102 Key Largo

6 month Rental beginning Sept 1 thru Feb 28.  Turn key furnished in Key Largo.  If your outage is less than 6 months, contact me for rates and options (305) 924-2351!



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« Reply #109 on: Aug 06, 2018, 01:33 »
Turkey Point Lodging 16 miles in Redlands district. 1 bedrooms with private entrance. Internet & washer/dryer included. CALL CECI 305-767-5998

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« Reply #110 on: Sep 03, 2018, 08:50 »
Three (3) Single-occupant, Private Bedrooms for rent in private house with separate entrance.
Located 20 miles to Turkey Point.
Long-established, quiet, safe residential neighborhood located 3 blocks west of the University of Miami Main Campus, close to Shopping, Hospitals, and Public Transportation.

Fully-furnished bedrooms, Kitchen access, Living Room, and (2) Bathrooms.  Rent includes Internet Access via a Wireless Router with basic Cable TV access.

$850/month + $200 Refundable Security Deposit

Call Charles Forehand at 786-361-0446

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #111 on: Sep 20, 2018, 09:19 »
RV SITE FOR RENT      RV SITE FOR RENT ON PRIVATE PROPERTY IN THE REDLANDS. FULL HOOK-UP INCLUDING WATER, ELECTRIC, WI-FI AND SATELLITE TV. FENCED IN WITH YOUR OWN GATED ENTRANCE. CAN ACCOMMODATE MOTOR-HOMES OR FIFTH WHEELS. PRIVATE AND SECURE. WEEKLY OR MONTHLY, NO LEASE REQUIRED. $550 A MONTH OR $137 A WEEK. CONTACT; kkorners@bellsouth.net or 786-223-0476.

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« Reply #112 on: Oct 07, 2018, 03:23 »
Follow this link to this 2/2 condo for rent on a 6 month or yearly lease. Price reduction to $3,000. Can be furnished or unfurnished. Fabulous view. Mile Marker 104 Key Largo.

https://www.flexmls.com/share/1qKSw/104500OverseasHighwayBuildingAKeyLargoFL33037

email me at marijoiner@gmail.com or connect with me by cell phone-text marijoiner to 85377

Thank  you
Mari
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Re: Turkey Point Lodging in Key Largo
« Reply #113 on: Oct 15, 2018, 10:44 »

RV for rent for Turkey Point employees. Fully loaded and move in ready. bedroom, bath, kitchen and living room. Includes water electric, WI-FI and satellite TV. Private and fenced with your own gated entrance. No lease if interested; 786-223-0476
« Last Edit: Oct 15, 2018, 11:47 by Marlin »

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #114 on: Oct 16, 2018, 01:48 »
Upper Key Largo, Single Family Home. 3 bedrooms, 2 and half baths, 2200 sq ft on deep water canal MM 100 oceanside. Boat dockage possible. Port Largo neighborhood.
$3500.00 ( price may vary on length of rental )

Upper Key Largo MM 100 2/1 1400 sq ft. single family home. deep water canal. Port Largo neighborhood. $2800.00

Walk to Tiki Bar and local restaurants and the fishing docks to see the days catch.  Why not wake in the Keys and be ready on your days off!


Ive had great luck with 2 nuclear workers sharing space.

Call for more info. 305-522-1927
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Lodging suggestions
« Reply #115 on: Jan 28, 2019, 11:58 »
Will be going to Turkey point this outage, noticed everything on the stickied topic was really old. Does anyone have any leads that are current? Much appreciated

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Re: Lodging suggestions
« Reply #116 on: Jan 28, 2019, 02:43 »
Have you contacted any of the people in those posts?  While they may have been posted awhile back the nice thing about them being there is that it's an easy single source of information for lodging.  Most who post there rent the same places every refuel.
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20% Off at Red Roof Hotels and HomeTowne Studios
« Reply #117 on: Mar 07, 2019, 11:21 »
Red Roof offers 20% off for all outage workers at all Red Roof and HomeTowne Studios hotels nationwide!
https://www.redroof.com/deals/partner/bhi_energy
Click the link or call the hotel and give VP+ #621355 when making your reservations.
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Lodging for Turkey Point in Key Largo, FL
« Reply #118 on: Apr 08, 2019, 04:22 »
Looking for long term housing in Key Largo, FL for the Turkey Point plant? 2/2 new home completely redone ready for a contract employee.
email me.

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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #119 on: Aug 19, 2019, 05:30 »
These posts are years old. I have a very nice waterfront 2/1 in Key Largo. Walk to fishing docks, tiki bar, Dunkin Donuts, Walgreens, banks etc. I have rented to Turkey Point contractors for many years. It is more expensive than living by the plant but your view is waterfront, not pavement and its safe.. 2/1 1500 sq ft. we can talk about price. Be great for 2 to share.. Im at MM 100.. Clean and refreshing. Homestead is the least safe county in Florida! call me at 305-522-1927 I am a safe all concrete home
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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #120 on: Mar 22, 2020, 10:15 »
If anyone has lodging information for this facility, please post it here.

There are a few hotels that take dogs,resonable rates if your working the outages, just show ID badge,believe it is less then $50.per day,one is Hampton Inn (305)247-8833, there is also a trailer park on Biscayne Drive (288th St) and 132 Ave. next to Air Base that offers low cost temp.trailers w/pets. Many who work outages stay there,it is secure w/guard at gate, mostly older folks live there during year.Many offer rooms within their homes during outages & post notices on boards at the plant.
 


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Housing For rent: Waterfront in Tavernier, Fl ( Key Largo) call Barbra Mort at 305 853 0953.
 
Try any of the motels on Dixie Highway.....close to everything.

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If your looking for a motel, then travelodge is good. If your looking for a park, try Southern Comfort.


Housing for rent, a 4/3 in homestead call Vilma or Erasmo 305-510-8247


A house to rent for up to 4 people in the Redlans call 305-510-8247
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Re: Turkey Point - Lodging
« Reply #121 on: Sep 06, 2020, 06:42 »
If you are looking for something that feels like home.. NOT a hotel or risky area...  We have a FULLY furnished and equipped 1 bedroom/1 bath available.  It is a sprawling historic home on the edge of the beautiful Redland agricultural area that has been completely renovated and divided into 2 completely private and independent apartments..   Each has its own entrance, kitchen, bath, living room, tv,etc..They share only the beautiful tropically landscaped GATED grounds.  Screen room with brick barbecue and lots of breezy porches allow for relaxing time in the fresh air on your downtime and your car is safe and secure inside the gated area..  One of the units is already occupied by someone working at Turkey Point.  The other is available.  It rents for just $40 ($1,200 per month with one month minimum stay required)um and that includes ALL utilities, (electric, water, cable tv and WIFI) .  Beautifully decorated and immaculately clean.  Owner does not live on premises buy is nearby if needed.  We are 14 miles from Turkey Point right off of US 1.  Easy drive! Feel free to call me at (305) 772-4726 for more info or pictures!  My name is Gladys Chern. 

 


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