Ram, Pinnacle announce plans for former mobile home park

Sheridan Station will be a 336-unit rental community with a 6-acre public park

May.May 07, 2015 05:30 PM

Ram Realty Services and Pinnacle Housing Group announced plans to build a luxury rental community and a 6-acre public park in Broward.

The development will replace an existing mobile home park that sits on 21 acres in Hollywood.

Sheridan Station will be the first large Class A apartment development in Hollywood in nearly 15 years, according to a press release. Demolition of the mobile home park will begin immediately, developers said.

“We worked extensively with the neighboring community and the City of Hollywood officials to create a very thoughtful apartment community. Through close coordination with an arborist, hundreds of existing mature trees across the entire site will be preserved—particularly the natural canopy that exists today in the location of the future park,” Eran Landry, a developer at Ram Realty, said in a statement.

The project will include a clubhouse with an outdoor pool, gym, playground and pet areas. It’s located west of I-95 between Sheridan Street and Taft Street. Kaufman Lynn is the general contractor. — Katherine Kallergis

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