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Broward commissioners to vote on three projects

Hotel, commercial and charter school developments on today's agenda

ConstructionBroward County commissioners are set to determine the fate of three proposed developments during today’s meeting.

GBP Regency is seeking to raze a 60-room hotel at 2000 South Ocean Boulevard to make way for a 64-unit beachfront condo building, South Florida Business Journal reported. The company paid $10 million for the property three years ago and secured $12.5 million in financing from a pair of lenders.

In Pembroke Pines, Pines Crossing is proposing a 46,000-square-foot commercial building and 4,000-square-foot bank at Pines Boulevard and Southwest 184th Avenue. The company spent $2.1 million on the 6.9-acre site in 2011.

Also in Pembroke Pines, Discovery Schools wants to construct a 178,000-square-foot charter school at Griffin Road and Southwest 208th Avenue. If approved, the Franklin Academy would have students from grades six through 12. [South Florida Business Journal]Eric Kalis