Hollywood Beach Real Estate

Hollywood Beach Condo

This week I took a little trip to visit our neighbor to the south, the neighbors name is Hollywood Beach!  The area between Hollywood Boulevard and Dania Beach Boulevard is on fire right now.  If you haven't done so in a while, take a drive up North Ocean Drive along Hollywood Beach.  You can't miss the huge Margaritaville complex that's slated to go up.  Next door to that project you have Hyde Beach which promises to be a fantastic development.  The Positano Beach development, located just south of Sheridan, has been a success.

This being said I am really drawn to the area that is just to the south of Dania Beach Boulevard, commonly called North Beach.  North Hollywood Beach is a relatively small community.  By small I mean 8 streets make up the entire neighborhood (Cambridge, Balboa, Walnut, Desoto, Palm, Elm, Oak, and Franklin Streets).  There are a few projects that I really like on North Hollywood Beach that I'd like to talk about today.

In my opinion, projects in North Hollywood Beach really set the overall tone for Hollywood Beach real estate.  The first project is the one in the photo above.  The name of the complex is Renaissance on the Ocean.  The buildings location is just south of Dania Beach Boulevard, and clearly located on the beach sand.  If you're looking for a condominium on Hollywood Beach this is a complex I would explore.  If you're looking for a condominium on North Hollywood Beach this also happens to be your only choice!

Want a lot of living area space, higher end finishes, a roof deck, and to be steps from the ocean?  White Sands Beach Homes is for you!  I really like this complex.  I have a client (also a friend and reader of this blog), who used to live in the complex.  I've been into a number of the units.  The quality of construction is very high, and the units have some fun features, like an elevator in each unit!  I believe White Sands Beach offers a great value.  At the time of this posting the 4 and 5 bedroom models had asking prices around $350 per square foot.  The roof decks of these units will give you ocean views.

The same builder/ developer that put up the White Sands complex has also announced plans to put up a complex named Seaside Village Hollywood Beach.  The physical address of Seaside Village Hollywood Beach is 6024 N Ocean Drive.  For those familiar with the area it's the site where Martha's restaurant used to be.  I will likely write a more detailed post about Seaside Village in the near future so I will reserve writing with much detail here.  The brief overview is that this project will house 27 condominium units, which will have an average of 2,600 square feet.  If you would like pre construction pricing and information on the project please let me know.

Geographically Hollywood North Beach has some great natural barriers which will prohibit over development.  To the west you have the intracoastal, to the east you have the ocean.  To the north you have a state park.  To the south you have public beaches.  In short there's no room to build, other on the land that already exists!  So while you will likely see any low rise single family home, or low rise motel, swallowed up and turned into townhomes, it's impossible to make the area built too densely.  A very interesting alternative for those looking at Fort Lauderdale Beach, but don't necessarily want a condominium.

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I work as a Realtor in Southeast Fort Lauderdale. If you’re interested in buying or selling a home, condominium, or townhouse (townhome) in: Rio Vista, Victoria Park, Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale Beach, Sailboat Bend, Tarpon River, Croissant Park, Collee Hammock, Wilton Manors, Oakland Park, Poinsettia Heights, Coral Ridge, or Las Olas Isles, please feel free to contact me at (786)443-7203 or through my email caseyprindle@gmail.com. I am a Realtor that works on Saturdays in order to accommodate those with busy schedules.

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Written By Casey Prindle

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