On May 3, the Coyote Ugly Saloon will celebrate its six-year anniversary and doesn't plan on going anywhere anytime soon.

The bar has signed a three-year extension to its lease to stay at its current location within HarborWalk Village until 2022. Which begs the question, what about Baby Grande?

Three years ago, Legendary President and CEO Peter Bos announced he was planning on moving forward with the second and final phase of the HarborWalk Village development, nicknamed Baby Grande.

But besides a development order, no progress has been made on the project.

“Our plans are going forward, but it’s all driven by the economy,” Bos said. “Prices have to recover.”

The plans for Baby Grande were announced in 2016 and include a 90-room hotel, a 51-unit condominium building, a “mega pool,” retail and restaurant space, and a parking lot which would be built on the 9 acres currently used by the HarborWalk Village parking lot and Coyote Ugly.

Provisions in Coyote Ugly’s lease would allow the new development to move forward whenever money allows.

"In the master plan, that building is supposed to be coming down," Bos said in a 2017 interview with The Log. "And we’re contemplating building a replacement space for Coyote Ugly in the new construction.”

But he said Coyote Ugly fans have nothing to fear for now.

“We’ve got a lot of work to do, too, before we interrupt that site,” he said. “There’s a lot of things between our building and that site.”

Since opening in 2013, Coyote Ugly Destin has grown 50 percent in revenue. The bar currently employs over 50 people and is continuing to grow its team every year.

“People told me I would have a hard time thriving in this location due to the seasonal business of the area,” said owner Joanna Olsen in a press release. “But now six years later, we are proud to be the first business that has made it two years in this location and pleased with the progress we have made as an established business on the Destin Harbor.”

An anniversary celebration will be held at the bar at 7 p.m. Friday, May 3.