A sales center has opened for Akoya at Boca West, a 120-unit luxury condominium inside the 3,400-home country club.
The center is at the Boca West Sports Complex, 20583 Boca West Drive. Sales started this year, and developer Richard Siemens has 10 contracts so far and 10 more on the verge of being signed, a spokeswoman says.
Prices range from $1.25 million to more than $2 million. Buyers will have access to the country club’s expansive amenities, including four golf courses, 33 tennis courts and a large spa.
It’s the first new community inside Boca West in two decades. Construction is expected to start in September and take about a year to complete.
Call 561-362-2719 or visit akoyabocawest.com.
Kolter sells apartments near Lake Worth
Kolter Property Co. has sold the Wellington Club apartments near Lake Worth. Terms were not disclosed.
Cardone Enterprises bought the 204-unit property at 9855 Herons Nest Court. The CBRE firm represented Kolter in the deal.
The complex was 96 percent occupied at the time of sale. The site has the potential for development of 48 additional units, CBRE said.
Former Dolphin brokers mansion sale in Pompano
Jed Weaver, former Miami Dolphins tight end-turned real estate agent, handled the recent $5.35 million sale of a waterfront mansion in Pompano Beach.
The three-story home at 2002 Bay Drive has five bedrooms, separate guest quarters, a fully equipped gym and a yoga-massage room. Kenneth and Lisa Charles were the buyers, property records show. The sellers were Guenther and Frances Keri Werner, who had Weaver list the home at $5.9 million.
Weaver works for Boca Raton-based Mizner Grande Realty. He entered real estate after his NFL career. He played for the Dolphins from 2000-2002 and won Super Bowl XXXIX with the Patriots after the 2004 season.
Davie mobile home park changes hands
The Liberty Mobile Home Park in Davie sold for $550,000 cash last month, and the new owner says he’s still evaluating what to do with the property.
Wolf Lake Home LLC bought the two-acre site at 4633-4645 SW 73rd Ave from Liberty Site LLC. Niv Habari, of NAI Rauch, Weaver, Norfleet, Kurtz & Co., represented the seller.
Ken Arnold, manager of Wolf Lake, said the park has seven homes, but room for 15. Wolf Lake also owns an acre adjacent to the park off Griffin Road.
Golf courses and mobile home parks in Broward County are being targeted by developers looking for available land. Arnold didn’t dismiss the idea of redeveloping the park.
“I’m not 100 percent sure,” he said. “We’re still researching it. But I see value in its current state.”
Plantation building fetches $2.1 million
Plantation Tech I, a 37,357-square-foot office building, sold recently for $2.1 million.
Plantation Sunrise Properties LLC bought the asset at 6600 NW 16th St. Avison Young’s David Duckworth represented the seller, Matecumbe Rand Plantation I LLC.
The building inside the 160-acre Plantation Technology Park was in demand because of strong cash flow in place from existing tenants, according to Avison Young. Other factors include flexible zoning and below-market rental rates in the Plantation submarket.
Coral Springs shopping center refinanced
Thomas D. Wood and Co. said it obtained a $10.7 million refinancing for the University Centre West III shopping center in Coral Springs.
The 84,000-square-foot mixed-use development at 2702-2788 University Drive has retail and “Class A” office space.