Affiliate of Silva Construction plans four-story condominium in Lauderdale Lakes

A rezoning proposed by the developer would allow construction of a 62-unit condominium on the 2.56-acre development site just east of State Road 7

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Dec.December 09, 2018 03:00 PM
A company linked to Miami Lakes-based Silva Construction Group plans to build a four-story condominium in Lauderdale Lakes.

Casa Lake LLC, managed by Adelino Agostinho of Silva Construction, plans to build the condominium on the southeast corner of Northwest 37th Terrace and Northwest 21st Street in Lauderdale Lakes.

Casa Lake bought the 2.56-acre development site last January for $800,000 and has proposed a rezoning that would allow the company to build 62 for-sale condo units on the site, located just east of State Road 7/U.S. Highway 441.

Margin Architectural Group is working with Casa Lake to design the development, which would have 22,688 square feet of residential space and 3,496 square feet of space for such amenities as a clubhouse, swimming pool and gym. [South Florida Business Journal]Mike Seemuth


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