Five-Story Complex Proposed for 1914 and 1920 Pierce Street, Hollywood, Florida

Right now, Google Earth shows that the 16,360-square-foot lot at 1920 Pierce St. in Hollywood, FL, hosts a few single-family homes. Yet, as a recent article from the South Florida Business Journal reports, that plot could find new life as a five-story residential venture.

The unnamed complex, proposed by ABH Developer Group, would require more than 31,000 square feet and offer 32 apartments. They would be one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, measuring 662 square feet to 1,166 square feet each.

The venture could offer more than 30 units.

At this time, communal amenities include a rooftop swimming pool and a second-floor interior courtyard and garden. According to Alexis Bogomolni, the managing partner of ABH Development, these features will “create a sense of community and connectivity among residents.”

Hollywood’s Technical Advisory Committee is currently considering the proposal. Llorente Architects designed the venture. Conceptual renderings show a mid-rise building where residences come with balconies.

Sources don’t offer an estimate as to how much rent will be. Yet, given the demand for housing around Young Circle, they’ll likely be at-rate units. The residential community could take shape at 1914 and 1920 Pierce Street, Hollywood, Florida, 33020, in Broward County.

If approved, the venture would be east of I-95 and southwest of the Anne Kolb Nature Center.

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6 Comments on "Five-Story Complex Proposed for 1914 and 1920 Pierce Street, Hollywood, Florida"

  1. Margaret Kooser | June 2, 2023 at 11:08 am | Reply

    This is out of character to surrounding properties and should not be allowed.

  2. Angel Williams | June 2, 2023 at 4:38 pm | Reply

    This is a quiet residential street behind a Catholic Parochial School and Church. Parking on one side of street only. What accommodations can be given for parking with that many residents? NONE. There isn’t anywhere. Really bad planning.This should not be more than two stories in a small street of residential bungalows. Bad plan for residents and renters.You should build on Dixie Hwy.There will be a Brightline train station going up. Far more enticing and conducive for commuters/residents into Miami and Ft.Lauderdale.The height of this complex is ridiculous for the area. Affords zero privacy for homeowners in all directions.

  3. Angel Williams | June 3, 2023 at 12:30 am | Reply

    I posted—— where is it?????

  4. Angel Williams | June 4, 2023 at 11:00 am | Reply

    Inappropriate height for this residential street. Shouldn’t exceed two story.. Where is designated parking

  5. Angel Williams | June 4, 2023 at 2:54 pm | Reply

    Inappropriate size for neighborhood. Parking accommodations not listed on site.

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