Rocklyn Homes launches new townhouse project in Dania Beach

Prices are in the $500,000s

Mar.March 29, 2018 03:37 PM

Aqua Bella Townhomes (Credit: Keyes Company) 

Atlanta-based Rocklyn Homes announced it’s launching its first project in South Florida, Aqua Bella Townhomes.

The 55-townhouse project will be built on about 5 acres at 4430 Southwest 32nd Avenue, along a canal just north of Griffin Road. Three buildings have been completed and two townhomes are under contract, said the Keyes Company’s Jenny Hink, the exclusive listing agent.

The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom townhomes each span 2,100 square feet, with a two-car garage. Prices are in the $500,000s. Nearly half the townhomes will be facing the canal and will have access to 25 boat slips.

Hink said the townhomes may be vacation homes, or residences for professionals aged 35-65 who are looking to move closer to downtown Fort Lauderdale and the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

The sales center and four model townhomes are opening next month. The project is slated to be complete within the next 18 months. Rocklyn Homes, a family-owned real estate firm, is also looking to buy more land in the area, Hink said.

Dania Beach is in the midst of improvement projects to upgrade major streetscapes, signage, landscaping and infrastructure. Nearby, New York-based developer Kimco Realty Corp. is developing Dania Pointe, a $1 billion mixed-use project under construction on 102 acres in Dania Beach.

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