Set for takeoff, Memphis firm buys $13.5M condo site in Satellite Beach

The firm paid $492,700 per acre for a rental complex on State Road A1A occupied by Air Force personnel and their families

Satellite Beach (Source: TripAdvisor)
Satellite Beach (Source: TripAdvisor)

A Tennessee company paid $13.5 million for a rental housing complex in Satellite Beach and plans to convert the property to an oceanfront condominium.

Memphis-based Woodshire-Brevard, LLC, acquired the 27.4-acre property along State Road A1A for $492,700 per acre.

Woodshire-Brevard plans to demolish demolishing 105 existing rental houses on the site, occupied by families of military personnel stationed at nearby Patrick Air Force Base.

Fontaine Group represented Woodshire-Brevard in the $13.5 million transaction, and Jaffe Commercial Group represented the seller of the property, Satellite Beach Partners LLC.

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Mike Jaffe of Jaffe Commercial Group said in an interview with Florida Today that the Woodshire-Brevard plans to build condos “with price points of over $1 million.”

Among the units that Woodshire-Brevard plans to develop are two-story penthouses that span more than 4,000 square feet.

Woodshire-Brevard is expected to submit a proposed site plan for the development to the city of Satellite Beach by year-end or early next year.

Another Satellite Beach condominium development called Oceana Oceanfront Condominium is well underway

Several miles south of the Woodshire-Brevard site, construction of another residential development on A1A called Oceana Oceanfront Condominium is underway, with units priced from $534,900 to $819,000. [Florida Today]Mike Seemuth