Kimco Proposes 282-Unit Apartment Complex at 2609 N. 26th Avenue, Hollywood, FL

Image by MSA Architects

An affiliate of New York-based Kimco hopes to get the greenlight for a residential venture in the Oakwood Plaza redevelopment project in Hollywood. The complex, which would take shape on a vacant 2.42-acre plot, would measure eight stories above grade and offer 282 apartments.

The South Florida Business Journal reports that homes would measure 448 to 1,350 square feet, with the average unit rounding out to 835 square feet. Floorplans range from studio to three-bedroom units, and communal amenities would include a swimming pool, courtyard, and 334 parking spots—about 1.18 per unit.

The venture would rest on a 2.42-acre plot. Image from Google Earth

Hollywood’s Technical Advisory Committee will consider Kimco’s proposal on July 15th. MSA Architects designed the venture, and Kimley-Horn is the planning firm. Florida YIMBY has reported on other projects led by Kimco. In August 2023, the developer proposed two high-rise towers on the site of the Palms at Town & Country Mall.

The project would feature 630 apartments, ranging from 528 to 1,615 square feet, along with 35,000 square feet of retail space. More recently, in May 2024, Kimco filed plans to replace a movie theater at Oakwood Plaza with a super-sized Dick’s Sporting Goods store.

Kimco’s eight-story, 282-unit development concerns the site of 2609 N. 26th Avenue, Hollywood, FL, 33020, in Broward County.

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