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Plantation townhome project nabs city approval

Community will have 147 townhomes starting at mid-$200,000s

February 29, 2016 11:15AM

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Renderings of the Strata at Plantation townhome project

Renderings of the Strata at Plantation townhome project

Strata at Plantation, an upcoming townhome project from Invesca Development Group, was just awarded unanimous approval from the city council.

The development group will now finish signing all documentation with the city, with plans to launch sales at the end of March.

Strata is slated to bring 147 townhomes to a stretch of vacant land at 4350 West Sunrise Boulevard. The community will have fitness trails, beach volley courts, three parks, resort style pool with its own cafe and a fitness center.

Its units come in two-bedroom and three-bedroom configurations, with prices starting in the mid-$200,000s. Their features will include 12-foot ceilings, designer kitchens and loft-style floor plans.

The project’s groundbreaking date depends on the pace of sales, according to an Invesca spokesperson. Its threshold is at the 40 percent sales mark, though the developer hopes to open the community during 2017.

Invesca hopes to bag LEED Certification for Strata — a U.S. government rating that looks at energy efficiency, sustainability and environmental impact.

The development firm, whose Plantation headquarters is directly next to the Strata site, is working on other South Florida projects like Koi Residences & Marina in Pompano Beach.  — Sean Stewart-Muniz