CK Prive scores county approval for new Ojus office condos

Developer hopes to break ground on Aventura Square next year

Aug.August 02, 2016 04:30 PM

CK Prive Group just nabbed county approval for its Aventura Square office condo project in Ojus, an unincorporated neighborhood near Aventura.

The developer announced Tuesday that it received final site-plan approval for the six-story office building. Plans for the project, designed by Arquitectonica, include about 80,000 square feet of sellable office space, plus an additional 8,000 square feet of retail space. The site plan also calls for a residential building with 16 one-bedroom units, which a CK Prive spokesperson said would be built in a second phase.

CK Prive, a joint venture between the CK Holding Group and Prive Land Banking, now expects to break ground on the project in 2017.

The partners have not yet launched sales or released pricing for the units, though they will range between 630 square feet and 1,300 square feet. CK Prive also has a full-floor offering of 16,000 square feet.

Amenities at the building will include a communal cafeteria, break room, rooftop garden and several conference rooms.

Aventura Square marks the third office condo project undertaken by CK Prive in the Ojus area, which is defined by Biscayne Boulevard to the east and I-95 to the west. The company recently began converting reservations to contracts for its Forum Aventura project and is in the planning stage for Beacon Tower. — Sean Stewart-Muniz

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