Newrock Partners’ Completes Construction On ‘Oaklyn’ In Oakland Park And Welcomes First Residents

Oaklyn aerial view. Credit: Newrock Partners.

Oaklyn, an 11-story mixed-use tower located at 3333 North Federal Highway in the heart of Oakland Park, has completed construction and officially opened its doors, welcoming its first residents. Designed by Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design Inc., with First Florida as the general contractor, and developed by Newrock Partners, the property offers 274 apartment residences, ranging from studios to two bedrooms, with flexible floor plans spanning from 451 to 1,172 square feet. Oaklyn recently received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy on September 15, offering residents unobstructed rooftop views of the cityscape and beaches, sleek interior finishes, and abundant amenities.

Oaklyn grand opening. Credit: Newrock Partners.

Oaklyn grand opening. Credit: Newrock Partners.

Oaklyn grand opening. Credit: Newrock Partners.

Bozzuto oversees leasing and property management to guarantee a welcoming atmosphere and a strong sense of community. Unit interiors comprise thoughtfully designed kitchens featuring contemporary backsplashes, Italian-inspired cabinetry with soft-close mechanisms, and elegant quartz countertops. Expansive windows and high ceilings create an inviting ambiance with abundant natural light, and select units offer dedicated work-from-home den spaces.

Oaklyn aerial view. Credit: Newrock Partners.

Oaklyn boasts an extensive art program that ushers residents into a world of creativity. It features captivating large-scale murals and custom creations by renowned local artists, paying homage to the area’s rich history and distinctive character. Residents also have access to maker spaces and recording studios, providing abundant opportunities for creative pursuits.

The rooftop experience at Oaklyn, known as Oak Three, offers unmatched vistas spanning the city skyline and the Atlantic Ocean. It features an indoor/outdoor lounge, an entertainment kitchen, communal games, art activations, and a resort-style rooftop pool deck.

Oaklyn aerial view. Credit: Newrock Partners.

Health enthusiasts can relish the indoor and outdoor fitness center, while pet owners can take advantage of the pet-friendly building with a pet spa and a dog park. Technology features like electric vehicle charging stations and an automated package room maximize convenience and security.

Oaklyn’s retail offerings further enrich the lifestyle, creating a true, walkable, live-work-play hub. Located between Fort Lauderdale and Pompano Beach, Oaklyn offers easy access to shopping, dining, and entertainment, making it a sought-after destination for residents seeking a dynamic and convenient urban living experience.

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5 Comments on "Newrock Partners’ Completes Construction On ‘Oaklyn’ In Oakland Park And Welcomes First Residents"

  1. Sort of cool shape around the circular bank building, but the parking structure is almost bigger than the apartment building. Will that structure ever get more than half full? It is way too massive even with the funky murals and creative paint job.

  2. Of course it will be more than half full as they aren’t half fools and building in a desirable area in need of much more housing.

  3. Sorry. Don’t give a s..t about these. Where’s the affordable housing for Oakland Park residents? How can a young person recently graduated from college, who found a job here, but the pay scale is too low in Florida, how could they afford a studio or a one bedroom which I believe is around $2000.00 +/- and very tiny.

  4. Just what we needed. Another Highrise with another thousand people. Are there another thousand jobs? Or new roads to relieve the already unbelievable traffic?

  5. A hideous building designed by a famous architect. The parking structure was done so cheaply. All they did was paint different color blocks and have no screens to hide the openings when you’re driving down the highway at night you can see the fluorescent lights over a mile away talk about visual pollution. The worst part is surrounds a landmark, beautifully, restored Citibank round building what a crime.

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