Hallandale Commons – The Northwest’s Newest Redevelopment has Arrived

Hallandale Commons – The Northwest’s Newest Redevelopment has Arrived

In the Northwest vicinity of Hallandale Beach, a brand new ultra-modern development has arrived and it is poised to set in motion the modernization of an entire neighborhood. The Hallandale Commons at 323 Foster Road is the public-private creation of Donaldson-West Ventures, LLC. and the Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency.

The groundbreaking ceremony for Hallandale Commons will be at 10:00 AM on June 29, 2022 at the site on 323 Foster Road. It will feature representatives from City government, Donaldson-West Ventures, and the HBCRA. Attendees will celebrate the completion of the project and learn more about what the development has to offer.

The property consists of 3 buildings with a total of 10 townhouse units in a residential area with a total of 15,994 square feet of  living space. It lies in the heart of the City’s Northwest area, giving new life to a quiet neighborhood that is largely residential.  Hallandale Commons offers a clean, modern architectural design – a two-story structure that provides geometric variation as well as warm red and white color tones. The Hallandale Commons lifestyle includes terraced balconies, security gate, and thoughtfully designed landscaping.  The units feature a bright, open design complete with all modern appliances. Only several blocks from BF James Municipal Park to the north and all the stores one would need on Hallandale Beach Blvd to the south, Hallandale Commons offers a quiet lifestyle that is still accessible to everything the City has to offer, including the emergence of the large, mixed-use complex of apartments, stores, and restaurants called Hallandale City Center, which will be located several blocks east.

The HBCRA’s mission has a particular focus on the City’s northwest neighborhood, especially along the Foster Road corridor. Foster Road is rich in history as an African-American enclave for business and culture. The neighborhood has been in the process of reviving its cultural and historical significance. The HBCRA believes that Hallandale Commons will catalyze similar style developments in the northwest area in the years to come.

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