As it stands, the Twins Lakes Travel Park has hosted hundreds of RVs and mobile homes since 1975––more than 40 years. Now, pending review with the Broward County Commission on January 24, it could find new life as an industrial development.
The South Florida Business Journal notes that developers want to move ahead with a 185,000-square-foot warehouse, measuring 36 feet high. Plans also include a 42,000-square-foot maintenance building, measuring 20 feet tall. The 38.5-acre parcel will also host 12.5-acre storage and parking section.
The Real Deal reports that 3055 Burris Owner LLC purchased the build site in 2021 for $64 million. The Illinois-based firm purchased the site from three sellers. The redevelopment itself could cost $40 million to complete. Once construction starts, it could take 10 to 12 months to conclude.
The Twins Lakes Travel Park is permanently closed. At its height, it offered more than 370 sites for RVs and tents. At this time, potential tenants aren’t yet known. Yet, neighboring industrial parks host internationally-known companies, including Pepsi, Publix and Old Dominion—just to name a few.
If approved, the development’s address would be 3055 Burris Road, Davie, Florida, 33314, in Broward County. It’s east of the Florida Turnpike.