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Meliá Costa Hollywood Beach Resort tops off

$180M development will include 304 condos when completed this fall
Aerial view of construction of the Meliá Costa Hollywood

Aerial view of construction of the Meliá Costa Hollywood Beach Resort

One of two U.S. properties that will operate a Meliá Costa hotel topped off at six stories, developers announced on Wednesday.

The 304-unit Meliá Costa Hollywood Beach Resort is scheduled to open this fall and is more than 80 percent sold, according to a press release.

The condo-hotel is opening this fall and will range from studios to one to three-bedroom apartments, according to a press release.

International hotel operator Meliá Hotels will manage the resort at 777 North Ocean Drive in Hollywood Beach. Developers Liberty Grande released renderings of the $180 million development in February.

Costa International Realty, led by Fernando Valdivieso, is the exclusive sales and marketing firm.

Units will come equipped with full kitchens and energy efficient appliances, plus flat screen TVs and an automated valet parking system. Amenities include a spa/fitness facility, five restaurants, a business center, a gourmet coffee shop and a rooftop infinity pool (with a bar and grill). The development offers views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal. — Katherine Kallergis

  • JBOYBKH@YAHOO.COM

    is it a coincidence that all new development are always “80% SOLD”is it a coincidence that all new development are always “80% SOLD”