Broward county is a smaller buffer county wedged between Palm Beach county to the north and Miami-Dade county to the south. Originally, the county was going to be named Everglades county as a large amount of Everglades wildlife area encompasses most of the western half of Broward county. There are a few of Florida’s major cities in Broward county such as Fort Lauderdale, Coconut Creek, and Hollywood. Hollywood Florida is a town in southeastern Broward county, just north of the county line and Hallandale Beach. With 5-6 miles of Atlantic coastline, a huge draw for both residents and visitors are the beaches of Hollywood Florida. With close proximity to Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood has all of the access to major amenities, while maintaining its quaint beach-side Florida town atmosphere.
The Costa Hollywood Condo Resort is currently in the process of construction at Hollywood Beach Florida. This high-end resort and shopping center is scheduled to be completed within the first few months of 2015. The developer has a certain likeness for Hollywood Florida and sees the potential for this town to be a major vacation destination. With a lack of major resorts and spas, this developer plans to construct one of the first upscale beach condominium resorts in Hollywood Florida. The $180 million project is planned to produce 307 fully-furnished units: some studio, some one-bedroom, and some-two bedroom. The developer has labeled any units that are larger than studio-size “smart units”. Prices for these resort condominiums range between $220,000 and $375,000 depending upon the unit. This Hollywood Beach Florida resort condominium is going to have a litany of features such as a rooftop infinity pool, a gym/holistic space, entertainment lounge, as well as a few restaurants and stores. Another draw to this Hollywood Florida resort condominium complex is the plan to construct a Kosher deli and synagogue. Fifty percent of these Hollywood resort condos have been spoken for so far, but not to worry, the majority of them will be available for rent for vacationers.
Information derived from the Sun Sentinel.