Altman launches leasing for Kendall apartments

Miami /
Jun.June 01, 2015 04:15 PM

Boca-Raton based Altman Companies is launching leasing for its 321-unit luxury rental community in Kendall, developers announced recently.

Altis at Kendall Square, at 16950 Southwest 93rd Street, consists of 12 three-story buildings and a 6,000-square-foot retail component. Apartments range from studios to three bedrooms, and they include attached garages, private balconies and patios, and valet trash service.

The community has a “green” theme, complete with a community citrus grove, dog park with a grooming station, soccer field, hammock park, pool, cabanas, and a sand volleyball court, among other outdoor amenities.

The mixed-use development includes a Starbucks coffee bar, gym, yoga and aerobics studio and a game center, according to a press release.

TD Bank and Behringer Harvard provided financial backing for the project, and Bradley Associates and BBX Capital were the equity partners, developers announced in January 2013

In February, Altman sold a Pembroke Pines apartment complex for $78 million. — Katherine Kallergis


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