Kolter pursues beach-area residential project in Fort Lauderdale

The West Palm Beach-based firm plans to build two 200-foot buildings with 312 residential units in the mid-section of Fort Lauderdale's barrier island

Apr.April 29, 2018 11:00 AM

3026 Alhambra Street in Fort Lauderdale (Credit: Redfin / Google)

West Palm Beach-based Kolter Group plans a 312-unit residential development in the mid-section of Fort Lauderdale’s beachfront area.

Kolter is preparing to develop two residential buildings that would be 200 feet tall and would include 15,000 square feet of space for retail stores and restaurants.

Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee examined the proposed development on April 24.

The 2.6-acre development site includes eight parcels between Alhambra Street and Sebastian Street that Kolter bought from the city last year for $25 million.

Kolter bought the eight parcels spanning 2.2 acres through an affiliated company called KT Seabreeze Atlantic. The property includes two parking lots and a small wooded area.

The development site also includes a small building at 3026 Alhambra Street that Kolter acquired for $2 million.

Kolter officials were unavailable for comment. [Sun-Sentinel] – Mike Seemuth


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