Big developments on Broward agenda,
hundreds of high-rise apartments
New Construction in Dania Beach
Let’s consider the first one in Dania Beach: A builder has presented a new construction project containing 345 high-rise apartments to be called Florida Park in Dania Beach. The 4.1-acre property is on the south side of East Dania Beach Boulevard just east of Southeast 5th Avenue. It’s right next to the 237-unit Parco Mare apartment project by Rilea Group.
The site is currently owned by Lawrence O. Turner Jr., Roberta Backas Turner and Mary Ann Turner Roach. According to a May 5 memo by the Florida Department of Transportation, the property is under contract to Florida US Development, of Miami. The project is on the northern edge of the West Lake Park nature preserve. Part of its land would be dedicated to park space. Mangroves and wetlands would have to be remove from the developed portion of the site and the county would require wetland mitigation.
New Construction in Hallandale Beach
Gulfstream Point in Hallandale Beach, a project of Florida East Coast Realty would have 297 units. The Broward County Commission will consider four development proposals for the first time on Aug. 25, with three high-rise apartment towers and a furniture store.
Gulfstream Point – 297 residential units in Hallandale Beach
FECR plans high-rise in Hallandale Beach
Florida East Coast Realty affiliate Hallandale First LLC wants to build a high-rise apartment building across from Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach.
The 0.9-acre site is on the west side of Federal Highway just south of Southeast 9th Street. It’s proposed for 297 residential units and 4,000 square feet of commercial space, which can include retail and restaurants. FECR calls it Gulfstream Point.
The Miami-based developer, led by CEO Tibor Hollo, bought the property for $3.75 million in 2005. It was previously approved as an office/hotel but that plan didn’t move forward.
Hallandale Beach tower would rise 23 stories
The Nine Hundred building at 900 S. Federal Highway in Hallandale Beach would rise 23 stories with a mix of apartments and hotel rooms. Hallandale Office Towers, managed by Alan Waserstein with Miami Lakes-based LeaseFlorida, has proposed 320 rental units, 160 hotel rooms and 5,000 square feet of retail on the first floor. It would be a Marriott-branded hotel.