Townhomes going up in Lauderdale’s Sailboat Bend

Stellar Homes breaks ground for project in Sailboat Bend area west of downtown Lauderdale

TRD MIAMI /
Jan.January 10, 2016 09:02 AM

Stellar Homes Group broke ground for its Velero townhome development in the Sailboat Bend area of Fort Lauderdale.

Stellar is building four two-story townhomes in Sailboat Bend, located west of downtown Fort Lauderdale and north of the New River. Construction is scheduled for completion in summer.

European-style kitchens, two-car garages, balconies and Island Colonial architecture are among the design features of the Velero townhomes.

Each of the townhomes will have a private dock with deep-water access, and each corner home will have a private pool.

“We are excited about this innovative, attractive, and exciting new waterfront development in the shadows of downtown Fort Lauderdale,” John P. “Jack” Seiler, the city’s mayor, said in a press release. “The project is perfectly and conveniently situated in Sailboat Bend, enhances and improves the neighborhood experience, and promotes environmental awareness and protection.”

Stellar Homes is planning to have its Velero development in Fort Lauderdale certified by The Florida Green Building Coalition.—Mike Seemuth


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