While still early in the planning stages, Pacific Star Capital hopes to develop 720 apartments in two buildings of 20 stories each, 130,100 square feet of retail – including a 47,500-square-foot grocery store anchor – and a 1,217-space parking. The project is north of Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach. The South Florida Business Journal reports the developer’s letter to the city mentions Whole Foods as a potential tenant.
The Miami Beach-based developer acquired the property for $58 million in 2022. It currently has a mostly vacant 65,409-square-foot shopping center, which would be demolished.
The preliminary site plan by Alfonso Jurado Architecture in Miami shows pool decks on the fifth and sixth floors of the apartment buildings, with amenities including a fitness center, a yoga room and a sports simulator.