Volusia County estimates $481 million in damage from Tropical Storm Nicole

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Combined, Tropical Storms Ian and Nicole caused more than $858 million in damage and counting, according to a press release from the Volusia County government.

“Volusia County’s real estate surveyor has submitted the initial damage assessment report for Hurricane Nicole, and the numbers are staggering,” the statement said. “The dollar figure exceeds $481 million, already eclipsing Hurricane Ian’s damage of $377 million.”

While Ian and Nicole were hurricanes when they hit Florida, they were both downgraded to tropical storms by the time they hit Volusia County.

Here are the damage totals by city, according to the county government:

  • Daytona Beach Shores: $370.3 million
  • New Smyrna Beach: $51.1 million
  • Daytona Beach: $50 million
  • Unincorporated areas: $5.5 million
  • Ponce Inlet: $2.6 million
  • Port Orange: $1.3 million
  • Holly Hill: $452,676

Authorities are still working on damage assessments, so the number will increase, according to the county.

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The county released the following list of hotels, apartments and single-family homes that are unsafe and have been evacuated:

Tropical Storm Ian

Shores of Daytona Beach

  • Hawaiian Inn, 2301 S. Atlantic Ave. (five floors)
  • Holiday Inn Express, 3301 S. Atlantic Ave. (11 floors)
  • South Shore Motel, 3225 S. Atlantic Ave. (three floors)
  • White Surf Condo, 3555 S. Atlantic Ave. (seven floors)
A cyclist checks homes damaged by Tropical Storm Nicole, Friday, Nov. 11, 2022, in Wilbur-by-the-Sea.

Tropical Storm Nicole

Shores of Daytona Beach

  • Castaways Beach Resort, 2043 S. Atlantic Ave. (seven floors)
  • Curran Shores North, 3615 S. Atlantic Ave. (two floors)
  • Dimucci Tower 14, 3797 S. Atlantic Ave. (seven floors)
  • Grande Coquina Condo, 3333 S. Atlantic Ave. (22 floors)
  • Flamingo Inn, 2011 S. Atlantic Ave. (three floors)
  • Marbella Condo, 3343 S. Atlantic Ave. (seven floors)
  • Ocean Court, 2315 S. Atlantic Ave. (two floors)
  • Condo OPUS, 2071 S. Atlantic Avenue (11 floors)
  • Pirates Cove, 3501 S. Atlantic Ave. (seven floors)
  • Sanibel Condo, 3799 S. Atlantic Ave. (11 floors)
  • Sand and Surf, 2535 S. Atlantic Ave. (two floors)
  • Sherwin Condo, 2555 S. Atlantic Ave. 19 floors)
  • St. Kitts Condominium, 2855 S. Atlantic Ave. (six floors)
  • Towers Grande, 2055 S. Atlantic Ave (15 floors)
  • Tropic Shores Resort, 3111 S. Atlantic Ave. (11 floors)
  • Twin Towers North, 3311 S. Atlantic Ave. (18 floors)
  • Twin Towers South, 3315 S. Atlantic Ave. (18 floors)
  • Sunglow Resort, 3647 S. Atlantic Ave. (10 floors)
  • A single family home

New Smyrna Beach

  • Las Brisas Condominiums, 3001 S. Atlantic Ave. (the two beachfront buildings to the east) (three stories)
  • Sea Coast Gardens II Condominiums, 4151 S. Atlantic Ave. (five floors)
  • Sea Dunes Sand Dollar, 4305 S. Atlantic Ave. (two floors)
  • Sea Dunes Nautilus, 4365 S. Atlantic Ave. (two floors)
  • Pieces of Eight, 4375 S. Atlantic Ave. (three floors)
  • Three single family homes

Wilbur-by-the-Sea

  • At least 30 single-family homes

Flagler County reported damages estimated at $23.7 million from Tropical Storm Nicole, according to a statement sent Friday.

Of the total, Flagler Beach recorded $13.3 million in damages, while Beverly Beach recorded $1.2 million and unincorporated Flagler County estimated $9.2 million.

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