Option A would include 2,076 square feet of Sebring Parkway footage from Yarbrough. "That would provide enough area for a minimal 85-foot long northbound right-turn lane at Youth Care Lane," Gavarrete said. It's enough space along Sebring Parkway to queue six to eight northbound cars. Cost: $502,000. Option B would buy an additional 799 square feet from Parcel 31, the blank land, for an extra $14,000, and another 245 square feet from Yarbrough at the same price. That would extend the turn lane to 190 feet, enough for twice as many cars. Cost: $516,000. Option C: 6,087 square feet would be needed from Yarbrough, 2,854 from the vacant lot, and 3,298 from the racquet club. This would provide a 215-foot long turn lane. The price would be the same from Yarbrough and the vacant lot, but $99,000 for the racquet club frontage.
Sebring Parkway frontage could cost more than $500,000