2401 and 2405 E. Atlantic Blvd &40 N.E. 23rd Ave, Pompano Beach, FL
The 2.85-acre site is owned by G&C Platinum 2400 Investors LLC and G&C Platinum 2500 Investors LLC, both affiliates of Boca Raton-based commercial real estate firm Grover Corlew.
The two buildings of eight stories each would be developed on what’s currently the parking lot for several retail buildings. The retail buildings would remain.
Pompano Station would total 416,720 square feet with 660 parking spaces. The two buildings would be divided by Northwest 24th Avenue. There would be 208 units in the west building and 147 units in the east building.
The developer stated that 15% of the units would be dedicated to workforce housing.
Amenities would include a clubroom, a pool, an interior courtyard, a gym, a dog spa, and a coworking space.
Units in Pompano Station would range from 547 to 1,344 square feet. There would be 31 studios, 149 units with one bedroom, 149 units with two bedrooms, and 26 units with three bedrooms.
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