The next phase of Monterra would include 175 age-restricted apartments

The Cooper City community also would get 12,000 square feet of office space and 127,000 square feet for restaurants and retail stores

Miami /
Aug.August 05, 2018 12:00 PM

Monterra in Cooper City (Credit: Green Realty Properties)

 

The Monterra residential community in Cooper City may expand to include more rental apartments and commercial space.

The next phase of Monterra’s development would include a four-story apartment complex with 175 units for tenants 55 and older.

Plans for the seven-acre apartment complex, called The Residences at Monterra Town Center, include a gym, swimming pool, community garden and bocci courts.

According to an application to build the apartment complex, an adjacent 11-acre site would have 6,000 square feet for a bank, 12,000 square feet of offices and 127,000 square feet of retail stores and restaurants.

The next phase of Monterra’s development is pending approval by Cooper City and Broward County. The Monterra community already has more than 550 rental apartments and hundreds of houses and townhouses.

The 525-acre community in Cooper City is located along the west side of University Drive, north of Sheridan Street and south of Stirling Road. [Sun-Sentinel] – Mike Seemuth


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