Construction starts on 116-unit apartment building in Pompano Beach

Each of the one- and two-bedroom apartments at the building, called Heritage at Pompano Station, would be occupied by at least one tenant 55 or older

Jul.July 21, 2018 03:55 PM

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Construction has started on a rental apartment building in the downtown area of Pompano Beach.

The apartment building at 400 North Flagler Avenue in Pompano Beach will have 116 units with one bedroom or two, according to plans filed with the city by Juan C. Linares of RWB/Linares Architecture Inc.

The plans call for leasing the apartments to families with at least one member who is 55 or older.

The apartment building, called Heritage at Pompano Station, will have a gym on the sixth floor and a club room and swimming pool on the seventh floor.

At street level, Heritage at Pompano Station will feature an atrium-style courtyard, a lounge, conference room, cafe and salon.

Among other developments in Pompano, developer Adam Adache plans to build a 10-story building with 279 residential units on a block along Northeast First Avenue at Northeast Second Street and Northeast Third Street.

The city’s Community Redevelopment Agency is about a year from starting construction on beer garden where restaurateurs could provide outdoor dining. [Sun-Sentinel] – Mike Seemuth

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