Two High-Rise Buildings Proposed for Hollywood, Florida, Near Young Circle

Soleste Village North and Soleste Village South are two mixed-use developments proposed for Hollywood, Florida. The development would offer a total of 503 apartments in two high-rise buildings.

Apartments comprise studios to two-bedroom units, measuring 418 square feet to 790 square feet each. Most of the homes are one-bedroom units. Soleste Village North, the tallest of the two buildings, will measure 12 stories above grade and comprise more than 206,000 square feet of new construction.

The venture comprises two high-rise towers in Hollywood, FL.

Its communal amenities comprise a swimming pool, 384 parking spots, and a fifth-floor amenity center. The other tower, Soleste Village South, will measure eight stories and require more than 160,000 square feet of new construction. Similar to Soleste Village North, it’ll offer an amenity floor and more than 270 parking spots.

Sources report that the venture could cost more than $113 million to complete. The South Florida Business Journal reports that the buildings will be constructed in a single phase. Contractors could break ground by the end of this year. The Estate Companies owns South Village North and Soleste Village South.

One of the conceptual renderings.

Caymart Design Inc. is the architect, and Craven Thompson & Associates, Inc. is the civil engineer. Both towers are located within two blocks of Young Circle in Hollywood, Florida.

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3 Comments on "Two High-Rise Buildings Proposed for Hollywood, Florida, Near Young Circle"

  1. When is it going to stop? Exaggerated over development is already causing A LOT of problems with traffic, sewer system and overwhelming the hospitals. Besides everything being build us for RICH people that can afford $3k plus a month for a small 1 bedroom apartment. Hollywood used to be a quaint city and known as a hidden Diamond, you ruined the beach and now you are ruining downtown Hollywood with exaggerated over development. IT SUCKS!

  2. Hey Marcela, there were people complaining about overdevelopment when the place you live in was built, too. And 3K/mo rent requires around $100k/yr income—that ain’t rich anymore. Even cops and fireman can hammer that out with a bit of overtime these days.

  3. Hi Marcela, you should know that More rich people live in the area means more jobs and businesses. Everyone will have a better living. When the area developed the City will have money to invest in the infrastructure, better sewer systems, better roads .

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