Three apartment buildings open at Bonterra

BBX Capital Real Estate and The Altman Companies are developing Altis at Bonterra

TRD MIAMI /
Jul.July 01, 2017 01:45 PM

Atlis at Bonterra

A division of Fort Lauderdale-based BBX Capital Corp. announced the completion of construction of three apartment buildings at the Atlis at Bonterra development in Hialeah.

BBX Capital Real Estate entered a joint venture with The Altman Companies to develop 314 apartments on a 14-acre site in the master-planned Bonterra community in Hialeah.

BBX Capital Real Estate also announced that the first residents have moved into apartments at Atlis at Bonterra. The average size of the one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments at Atlis at Bonterra is 1,063 square feet.

BBX Capital Real Estate also has entered a joint venture with CC Homes to build about 394 single-family homes at Bonterra.

Miami-based Lennar Corp. is building about 463 single-family homes, villas and townhouses on a 36-acre parcel purchased from BBX Capital Real Estate.

When completed, the Bonterra community will have 1,171 residences, including the apartments at Atlis at Bonterra, spread over approximately 128 acres.


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