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Boca approves expansion, redevelopment of Boca Villa Apartments

Owners plan to add 55 units, new clubhouse, pool, dog park and parking to 7.2-acre complex
January 17, 2017 01:35PM

Rendering of the Boca Villa apartments

The city of Boca Raton approved redevelopment plans for an apartment complex in the northeast part of Boca that would more than double the community’s size. 

Park Partners Residential manages the Boca Villa Apartments, at 100 West Hidden Valley Boulevard, and a joint venture between Giles Capital Group and Rosemurgy Properties owns the complex.

The owners plan to add 55 units, a new clubhouse, resort-style pool, dog park, covered parking and parking garages to the property. The city approved the expansion, which will add a five-story building, two-story building and two-story townhouse building. It currently includes five buildings with 53 one- and two-apartments that have been renovated.

Records show the complex was built in 1988 on 7.2 acres just off of North Dixie Highway, near Delray Beach.

Park Partners will oversee the redevelopment project, set to break ground during the fourth quarter of this year. RLC Architects is handling the design, and Design Studio Boca is leading the landscape design.

Rosemurgy and Giles Capital have partnered on other projects in Boca, including the University Park student housing development, Boca Sol and Addison Park. Alex Rosemurgy, head of Rosemurgy Properties, said in 2014 that he and his partners had invested more than $100 million in that corridor. – Katherine Kallergis