Kolter Group Proposes Antillia, a 563-Home Community in South Florida

Kolter Group hopes to move forward with Antillia, a townhome development near Florida City. The South Florida Business Journal reports that homes will range from 1,338 square feet to 1,815 square feet each. The project will offer 563 residences.

They average around 1,576 square feet. Ten percent of those units (or about 56 homes) will be classified as affordable housing units, aimed at those making 110 percent to 140 percent of the area median income.

The build site is presently being used for agricultural purposes.

Per the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2021, the average income in the area hovered around $57,000. Antillia could start construction soon, with the first units becoming available in 2024. The community will rest on a 45.8-acre build site. Communal amenities comprise a lake, swimming pool, 3,392-square-foot clubhouse, and more than 1,200 parking spots. That’s about two spaces per unit.

The developer purchased the parcel for $16.84 million in November 2021. Google Earth shows that the development is presently unoccupied and being used for agricultural purposes.

The complex could be build along this road.

Sources note that Antillia could cost $200 million to complete. As noted, Kolter Group is leading the project. WGI (Wantman Group, Inc.) is the civil engineer and DR Horton–Southeast Florida is the general contractor.

The Real Deal notes that Antillia is located on the “northeast corner of Southwest 360th Street and 180th Avenue” in Florida City, Florida, 33034, in Miami-Dade County.

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