1701 E. Young Circle, Hollywood Beach
Young Circle Property LLC, an affiliate of Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners, purchased the 3,25 -acre property for $15.75 million in early 2020.
It previously had a Publix Super Markets-anchored retail center, but Publix relocated to a nearby building.
The developers’ plans call for two towers of 35 stories each, totaling about 1.9 million square feet. It would have 802 residential units, 112,297 square feet of retail, 72,054 square feet of offices, and 1,549 parking spaces.
It would be developed in two phases, each with an estimated cost of $200 million.
Suria Yaffar and Bernard Zyscovich with Zyscovich Architects led the project's design. Breakstone says the plan improves the walkability of ArtsPark at Young Circle and enhances the "traditional" charm of downtown Hollywood.
The design shows a pedestrian bridge between the two towers. The retail space would be on the first two floors. The offices would be on floors four, six and eight. The residential units would start on the fifth floor. There would be an amenity deck on the 10th floor.
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