Plans for the construction of a 21-story condo are underway. What was once formerly a facility for training scuba divers, the 1.73-acre lot seeks to provide housing to those living in West Palm Beach, FL.
Previously, the lot was intended to provide 28 units in a five-story building. However, with the end of the Covid-19 pandemic on the horizon, South Florida development is in full swing, and the project has been expanded to accommodate over 50 units.
The proposal will go before West Palm Beach’s Plans and Plats Review Committee within the next few days. Their decision will determine various things about the project, including its zoning and square footage.
The project is being managed by an affiliate of BGI Capital, a Miami-based real estate firm. The organization has two other projects underway that are also intended to meet South Florida’s anticipated housing boom.
While the development does not have a name, the South Florida Business Journal refers to it as the “Scuba Club site.” Upon completion, the development will feature a club room, dog spa, fitness center, and virtual game room. There is no word yet on how much each unit will cost, as the project is still in its infancy.
The complex’s physical location is West Palm Beach, FL, 33407. It is located along the intercoastal in Palm Beach County, FL.