Posted on October 13, 2020 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Multi-Family, Office, Retail

A row of marine-related warehouses near the new Dania Pointe mixed-use project could be redeveloped into apartments and commercial space.

Click on the image for a SFBJ photo slideshow of the 90 Wave and 70 Wave project in Dania Beach

The Dania Beach City Commission will consider the development agreements and site plans for the 90 Wave and 70 Wave buildings on Oct. 13. The 5.8-acre property at 90 N. Bryan Road plus 70 and 50 South Bryan Road is owned by Dania Beach Marina Corp., NV Marina Holdings and RJ Marina Holdings.

The city approved rezoning of the area, including a neighboring site, in 2019 to allow for mixed-use development next to Dania Pointe. The new project has created a center of activity in the city with shops, restaurants, and apartments. A hotel is under construction and Spirit Airlines plans to build a new headquarters there. This development could capitalize on that growth and bring more businesses and residents to Dania Beach.

There would be two buildings of 16 stories each for the 90 Wave and 70 Wave, with a breezeway between them. They would combine for 760 apartments, 50,000 squaer feet of restaurants, 20,000 square feet of commercial space, and 16,000 square feet of offices. Each building would have about 700 parking spaces in two stories. Some of the restaurants would be along a waterway behind the building. There would also be a shared pool deck and amenity space.

Jacob Lawson of planning firm Kimley-Horn, which represents the developer in the application, couldn’t be reached for comment. The architect on the project is Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe. Dania Beach Marina Corp. and RJ Marina Holdings are both managed by Michael M. Lally. NV Marina Holdings is managed by Roger Moore and Jeff Garcia.

 

Source: SFBJ

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