Grupo Eco, the premier developer of dynamic and architecturally defining mixed-use lifestyle properties, has launched sales of its 12-story, 110,000-square-foot Class A luxury office condo tower in Hallandale Beach’s Atlantic Village.
The innovative office condo tower at 800 N. Federal Highway is the first Class A luxury office space of its kind in Hallandale Beach. It will feature the highest quality finishes tailored to the tastes of sophisticated local business owners and investors seeking real estate opportunities with a successful diversified development group. The office condo tower fulfills Phase 4 of Grupo Eco’s visionary Atlantic Village, the mixed-use high-end lifestyle development transforming Hallandale Beach.
“We felt we had to bring the office condo development to market because there was nothing of this high quality in Hallandale Beach,” said Grupo Eco Developer Daniel Chaberman. “People flocking to new luxury condos like The Residences at Shell Bay by Auberge Resorts Collection and Oasis Hallandale and residents of nearby Golden Beach, Aventura and Sunny Isles want short commutes to the office and the convenience of being able to walk across the street to Atlantic Village to eat at top restaurants, meet with clients, see doctors, visit nail salons, exercise, play soccer and more.”
The façade features floor-to-ceiling glass with floor heights of more than 12.5 feet, offering business owners and users large spaces with expansive views and natural light in the lobby and offices. The building features 10,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space on the ground floor, five parking levels and five floors of luxury offices. The condo units run from 1,097 – 6,618 square feet, with 57 units available. Office suites will range from 1,100 square feet to 6,600 square feet, with asking prices starting at $650 per square foot. Prices could reach $700 a square foot or more for penthouses or for other premium suites.
Grupo Eco is also innovating through its sales strategy by starting construction nine months before launching sales. Typically, developers wait until most of the building is sold before bulldozers and concrete trucks are onsite. The overall strategy speaks to Grupo Eco’s confidence in demand from the local market for its cutting-edge design and well-located office condo product at Atlantic Village.
“Grupo Eco was excited to start construction on the office condo component of Atlantic Village because we understand that buyers want to know exactly when their space will be delivered,” added Chaberman. “We are halfway done and crews are installing the floor-to-ceiling glass. You can see how the design will offer great views of the city and make the office condo tower an architecturally important milestone for Hallandale Beach.”
The Class A office condo development is also Phase 4 of Group Eco’s ambitious lifestyle center along Federal Highway – Atlantic Village.
Phases 1 – 3 of Atlantic Village include 118,000 square feet of fully leased restaurants and retail, one leasable Class A office building and one leasable luxury boutique office building. Current and future tenants include Temakase, Crema Gourmet, Jaffa Israeli Kitchen, Drunken Dragon, The Blues Burgers, Dr. Limon Ceviche Bar, Holi Vegan, El Primo Red Tacos, Crudos, Key Point Academy, Open Hearts Language Academy, Live School of Music, Miami Swimming Academy, Flippos Kids Playground, fitness center 54D, Juventus Academy, operator of soccer fields and more, Browaholic Studio and executive suite provider, The Worx.
“Our main objective has always been to generate great life experiences for those who work and enjoy their leisure time in our developments,” Chaberman said. “We combined our innovative concept, cutting-edge design and unique customer experiences at Atlantic Village to offer the community a distinctive way of living, eating and working. The office condo development is designed to take it to another level of quality and luxury.”
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