A Wave Of New Developments Transitions Hallandale Beach From Quiet Coastal Town To Blossoming City

2000 Ocean. Credit: KAR Properties.

South Florida’s quiet coastal town of Hallandale Beach is quickly becoming one of the most luxurious places to live, work and play, thanks to a wave of new high-end residences attracting affluent buyers in droves. As a result, the city is experiencing a wave of new investment in the area, with a whopping $1 billion worth of development underway, according to the Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency. These projects run the gamut from luxury residences to dining and entertainment attractions.

The latest example of the city’s explosion of luxury real estate development is Slate Hallandale Beach, a 26-story high-rise designed by Kobi Karp Architecture and developed PPG Development, led by founder and CEO Ari Pearl. Slate brings ultra-luxury rentals to South Florida and represents another milestone for Hallandale Beach as the city continues to allure residents with its fantastic beaches, world-class dining and entertainment, and unparalleled residential offerings. The project is part of a $500-million makeover of the Diplomat Golf Resort & Tennis Club, including a hotel and brand new Greg Norman-designed 18-hole course. Slate’s debut this summer marks the first time Hallandale Beach has seen a rental development of this caliber. A whopping 20,000 square feet of amenities and luxurious penthouses make it unlike any other apartment community in South Florida, including tennis courts, a golf simulator, a wine cellar with personal storage for residents, concierge, valet, and fully-loaded fitness facilities with Pilates equipment, Hydrow rowers and more. Residences are well appointed with sleek condo finishes and modern design details like quartz stone waterfall countertops and floating vanities. Spacious open floor plans with sweeping 10-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors showcase fantastic views of the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, and the skylines of neighboring cities. A collection of six penthouses boast soaring 20-foot ceilings and exceptional floor plans for those seeking ultra-luxury homes in the sky. 

Slate Hallandale Beach: Credit: PPG Development.

The city continues to blossom into a luxurious enclave with the establishment of brand-new residential buildings, venues, dining experiences, posh country clubs, and parks the city has never seen before. 2000 Ocean is the city’s boutique beachfront condominium designed by a collaborative effort between Ten Arquitectos, Andrea Steele Architecture, and Sasaki, and developed by New York-based developer KAR Properties. It is known for its ultra-luxury multi-million-dollar oceanfront residences with a timeless design that elevates the area’s skyline. Hallandale Oasis, designed by Arquitectonica, is a $370 million venture that is an enormous mixed-use project with 50,000 square feet of new commercial space that opened this year and a 250-unit luxury condominium that will debut in 2024. Glitzy dining and entertainment venues include Carousel Club and ETARU, to name a couple. Carousel Club is the city’s newest entertainment venue. It is Breakwater Hospitality Group’s open-air gathering spot for excellent cocktails, delicious eats, and exciting entertainment guests can enjoy the day to night. The platform features 14,000 square feet of tented and open-air spaces, including a spacious deck, a covered Carousel Bar with ample seating, and a grassy garden for lounging and lawn games. ETARU provides an upscale dining experience with sensational waterfront views that features contemporary Japanese robatayaki grill cuisine and is brought to the United States by Rainer Becker, co-founder, and creator of Zuma restaurants worldwide at ROKA London. Posh new country club, recreational facilities, and state-of-the-office parks include Diplomat Golf Resort & Tennis Club, Golden Isles Tennis Center, and Optima Towers. Expected to open early next year, Diplomat Golf Resort & Tennis Club is set to be the brand new Greg Norman-designed 18-hole golf course that will serve as the centerpiece for a 127-acre development that includes luxury residences and a resort along with an exclusive country club. Golden Isles Tennis Center is the brand new tennis center in Hallandale Beach, featuring four clay and six hard tennis courts, four pickleball courts, two bocce courts, and two basketball courts with a tennis pro shop, concessions, and more. Optima Towers, the city’s state-of-the-art office park, is a three-tower office development from developer Inmobiliaria Brom that delivers the postmodern campus of tomorrow built for the evolving needs of modern professionals, providing the ideal mix of tech, art, design, and wellness, and the newest tower, Optima Onyx, has drawn investment management firms, banks, medical firms and more to the area, with leasing led by Blanca Commercial Real Estate

2000 Ocean. Credit: KAR Properties.

Hallandale Oasis. Credit: Hallandale Oasis 2019 LLC.

Optima Towers. Credit: Inmobiliaria Brom.

Hallandale Beach is rapidly blossoming as new luxury buildings, venues, and amenities continue to emerge and draw people in, offering new living experiences the city has never seen and situated between Fort Lauderdale and Miami and about 20 minutes from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport.

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4 Comments on "A Wave Of New Developments Transitions Hallandale Beach From Quiet Coastal Town To Blossoming City"

  1. How can I apply for the apartment?

  2. Where are the NY’ers with means are now headed after Tuesday.

  3. How much beach and/or beachfront development will be left after Wednesday? Or the next hurricane?

    The election is proof Florida is headed straight for right-wing fascism.

  4. Love the fact Hallandale beach is getting built up it’s a beautiful city and a gold mine with land for businesses and shopping plaza I can see this city being a mega tourist attraction with things to do, and new places to buy and build up specially close to Gulf Stream.

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