Hallandale Beach



Construction Commences On First Of Twin 25-Story Towers At Oasis Hallandale In Hallandale Beach

Construction is officially underway on the residential component for Oasis Hallandale, located at 1000 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard in the City of Hallandale Beach, marking the third phase for the sprawling 10-acre mixed-use community. Spearheaded by developer Giuseppe Iadisernia, the project is set to redefine luxury living in this coveted coastal destination. Iadisernia’s plan envisions the development of two iconic 25-story residential towers, offering a combined total of 500 condominiums. The west tower, the first of the twin structures, has broken ground, and it’s expected to welcome its first residents by 2025. Plans are already set to commence construction on the east tower in 2024, aiming for a completion date in 2026.

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Chilean 3D Visualizations Firm PLANGO Showcases New Aerial Renderings Of Oasis Hallandale

Chile-based 3D visualizations, photography, and design firm PLANGO has unveiled a set of new renderings of the third phase at Oasis Hallandale, a pair of 25-story residential towers now under construction at 1000 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard. Designed by renowned architectural firm Arquitectonica and developed by Hallandale Oasis 2019 LLC, led by Giuseppe Iadisernia, the 1,448,000-square-foot residential phase will be spread across two glass-enveloped towers offering 500 condominium units, accompanied by the completed first phase and a nearly complete second phase comprising office and retail.

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MGM Construction Group Commences Construction On Oasis Hallandale Towers

South Florida’s renowned commercial and residential firm, MGM Construction Group, has announced the commencement of construction on Phase 3 of the highly anticipated 10.8-acre Oasis Hallandale project in Hallandale Beach. The project, developed by Hallandale Oasis 2019 LLC, led by¬†Giuseppe Iadisernia, and spearheaded by MGM as the general contractor, is set to bring a two-tower, mixed-use asset to the South Florida skyline.

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