Mixed-use Dania Pointe development will include 600 rental apartments

Monthly rents will average $2,100 and construction of the first 264 apartments may start next month

TRD MIAMI /
Jul.July 14, 2018 01:30 PM

Dania Pointe rendering (Credit: Kimco Realty Corp.)

Coral Gables-based Meyers Group will build 600 rental apartments at Dania Pointe, a mixed-use development along Interstate 95 in Dania Beach.

Alan Losada, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Meyers Group, told the Sun-Sentinel that monthly rents for the apartments will start at $1,600 and will average about $2,100.

The first phase of the rental project, designed by Miami architect Kobi Karp, will be an eight-story, 264-unit apartment building. Construction may start next month.

When the first phase is done, Meyers Group plans to build another 336 apartments in the second phase of the rental project, called Avery Dania Pointe.

Bowlmor, an operator of bowling alleys, has signed a lease for more than 30,000 square feet of space at Dania Pointe, according to Paul Puma, southern region president of Kimco Realty Corp., the developer of the Dania Beach development. .

Kimco already has announced that a Lucky’s Market grocery store, two Marriott-branded hotels and 18 restaurants will be among the commercial tenants at Dania Pointe.

The 102-acre development site is two miles south of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

Some of the retail space at Dania Pointe is under construction and expected to open in fall.

TJ Maxx, Hobby Lobby and Brandsmart are among the retailers that have preleased space at the development. [Sun-Sentinel] – Mike Seemuth


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