Large Broward projects face commission vote

Miami /
Nov.November 26, 2013 10:30 AM

Broward County commissioners are set to determine the fate of three large developments during their next meeting.

Two proposed projects in Pompano Beach, and one in Fort Lauderdale, are on the agenda for the Dec. 3 commission meeting, South Florida Business Journal reported. The developments include a planned 450,000-square-foot industrial complex on more than 27 acres at Northwest 33rd Street between Blount Road and Florida’s Turnpike. Pompano Beach-based Little B is behind the project.

An affiliate of Invesca Development Group wants to build a residential community on nine acres Atlantic Boulevard between Northeast Fourth and Sixth avenues. If approved, the development would have 270 mid-rise units, 50 townhouses, 30 garden apartments and 15,000 square feet of commercial space.

The proposed Fort Lauderdale project is a nearly 78,000-square-foot auto dealership planned by Q Fort Lauderdale at 1200 North Federal Highway. Bruce Qvale, who runs Qvale Auto Group, manages the company. [South Florida Business Journal]Eric Kalis


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