Broward County commissioners will decide on plans for the of nearly 900 homes in four projects throughout the county.
In Parkland, three LLCs controlled by West Palm Beach developer Brian Tuttle filed a comprehensive development plan amendment to build 531 homes on 183 acres. The homes would be deed restricted to 55 years of age or older. The site at 15400 Loxahatchee Road is part of the “wedge” section that Broward County received from Palm Beach County a few years ago.
In Tamarac, Woodmont Country Club Inc. has proposed building 152 homes and 28,000 square feet of commercial use on 44.1 acres of golf course, which is spread between six sites east of University Drive and south of Southgate Boulevard. The remaining 27 holes on 240 acres at Woodmont would be preserved for at least 50 years. The developer agree to pay $750 per unit to the city’s affordable housing trust fund.
In Pompano Beach, national home builder D.R. Horton filed an application to build 84 homes on a 8.5-acre site that’s currently zoned commercial. It’s on the northwest corner of North Andrews Avenue and Northwest 33rd St..
Finally in Hollywood, an affiliate of MG3 Development Group proposed building 77 single-family homes and 40 duplex units on 35.3 acres on the north side of Stirling Road at Southwest 35th Avenue. The project is dubbed the Preserve at Emerald Hills. The Hollywood-based developer bought the site out of foreclosure for $11.5 million in 2011.