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6 big projects seek approval in Broward County, including hotel near turnpike

Posted April 9th, 2018

The Broward County Commission will consider six big development projects April 10, including a new hotel and two residential developments.

A 124-room WoodSpring Suites extended-stay hotel has been proposed in Miramar, on the west side of Red Road at the intersection of Interchange Park. It’s near the Red Road exit of Florida’s Turnpike. The Miramar Park of Commerce is also close by.

Gold Coast Premier Properties V, managed by Raul Garcia and Veronica M. Garcia in Miami, acquired the 2.56-acre site for $3.37 million in September 2017.

The four-story hotel would have in-room kitchens, laundry facilities and 135 parking spaces.

The developer is represented by Kimley-Horn and Associates.

Affordable housing sought in Dania Beach

The Dania Beach Housing Authority wants to redevelop and expand one of its affordable housing communities in the city.

The 2.12-acre site at 705 W. Dania Beach Blvd. currently has 15 garden-style affordable-housing apartments that date to 1991. The authority wants to demolish them and built 74 mid-rise affordable housing units called Saratoga Crossings. It’s seeking low-income tax credits through the Florida Housing Finance Corp.

Pulice Land Surveyors represents the authority in the application.

Although it’s not on the county agenda right now, the Dania Beach Housing Authority has a similar plan to redevelop and expand its affordable housing property at 1105 W. Dania Beach Blvd.

Steller Homes proposes townhouses in Pompano Beach

A section of the Palm-Aire neighborhood in Pompano Beach could be developed into for-sale townhouses by Stellar Homes Group.

The 4.4-acre site at 4091 W. Palm Aire Drive could be rezoned for 39 townhouses. The property is currently owned by Range at Palm Aire Holdings, managed by Andres I. Lauria and Antonio E. Lauria, but it’s under contract to Fort Lauderdale-based Stellar Homes.

In a previous interview, Stellar Homes Managing Partner Larry Baum said the Club at Palm-Aire townhomes would be an energy-efficient community with townhomes ranging from 1,600 square feet with three bedrooms to 2,400 square feet with four bedrooms.

Stellar Homes is working on the project with architecture firm Pascual Perez Kiliddjian and planning firm Keith & Associates.

Self-storage in sought in Pompano Beach


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