Aventura firm plans homes next to Pompano marina

Aqua Marine Partners seeks city and county approval of its residential development plan

TRD MIAMI /
Feb.February 26, 2017 10:00 AM

Aquamarina Hidden Harbour in Pompano Beach

The owner of Aquamarina Hidden Harbour and adjacent land in Pompano Beach is planning a redevelopment of the property that would include 300-plus homes.

Aventura-based Aqua Marine Partners has owned the marina at 2315 Northeast 15 Street in Pompano Beach since 2008, when the company bought it from Huizenga Holdings. Aqua Marine owns five marinas.

Aqua Marine would retain the marina and boat-storage portion of the property and plans to build 343 homes and a minimum of 10,000 square feet of commercial or retail space on the rest of the nine-acre site.

Aqua Marine would enter a partnership with a residential real estate developer to build homes at Aquamarina Hidden Harbour.

Pompano Beach city commissioners have granted initial approval of an amendment to the city’s comprehensive plan that would allow the marina property redevelopment. The city commissioners can grant final approval if county commissioners also approve the comprehensive plan amendment. [South Florida Business Journal] Mike Seemuth


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