Aspire Real Estate Development plans boutique condo project in Pompano Beach

Pricing will start from under $650k

Nov.November 21, 2017 05:30 PM

Rendering of Arya Oceanside Residences (Credit: Aspire Real Estate Development)

A new seven-story boutique condo development is planned for Pompano Beach.

Aspire Real Estate Development announced plans to build Arya Oceanside Residences, a 19-unit boutique condominium at 336 Sunset Drive. Records show Aspire acquired the land in 2016 for $2 million. The 18,630-square-foot site traded for about $107 per square foot.

Pricing for the two-bedroom units will start from under $650,000, according to a release. Condominium units will range from 1,450 square feet to 1,657 square feet. The Keyes Company is handling sales.

Rendering of Arya Oceanside Residences (Credit: Aspire Real Estate Development)

IDEA Architecture + Engineering will be designing the contemporary-style building, and Interiors by Steven G. will be be designing the common areas, according to the release. Features at Arya Oceanside Residences will include a rooftop garden with an outdoor kitchen, a relaxation room and fitness center, pool, assigned parking and private storage units, according to the release.

Rendering of Arya Oceanside Residences (Credit: Aspire Real Estate Development)

Groundbreaking is scheduled for March and completion is slated for the spring of 2020.

In recent years, Pompano has attracted a number of luxury condo developments. Just last month, Aashish Patel of Naples-based Madhav Group announced plans to develop a Hilton hotel on a city-owned parking lot, next to the city’s recently built parking garage.

Sabbia Beach is another luxury boutique condo project underway in Pompano Beach. The 19-story tower, developed by Fernbrook Homes and Grupo Fernandez, topped off in August. Units at Sabbia Beach range in price from the mid-$900,000s to $5.9 million. — Amanda Rabines

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