Development Opportunities

South Park Road Site

The City of Hollywood will entertain proposals for the South Park Road Redevelopment a brownfield site for a sustainable twenty-first century urban, mixed-use development. Any use approved by the City Commission for the private development of government owned property may occur. Generally, the following uses would be allowed: Commercial, Medical, Residential, Retail, Recreational, Industrial, and Educational. 

Location: Generally located northwest of Pembroke Rd + South Park Rd.
Area: Approx. 22 Acres
Zoning: Government Use
Contact: Vielka Quintero, City of Hollywood vquintero@hollywoodfl.org

South Park Rd
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Adams Street Site

The City of Hollywood will entertain proposals for an affordable housing development opportunity. The City has undertaken several capital improvements such as sewer installation, new sidewalks, landscaping and lighting. Redevelopment must comply with all applicable state and federal affordable housing funding requirements.

Location: Generally south of Adams Street between S 24th Ave + Dixie Hwy
Area: 4.11 Acres
Zoning: RM-18 Multiple Family District
Land Use: Regional Activity Center
Contact: Anthony Grisby, City of Hollywood agrisby@hollywoodfl.org

Sheridan Station TOD

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the City of Hollywood are pleased to announce an upcoming opportunity for a Transit Oriented Development. It is anticipated that a Request for Proposals will be released by July 2015 for prospective bidders. Development rights include 299,000 SF Office; 300,000 SF Commercial; 150-Room Hotel; 550 Mid-Rise Residential Units. 

Location: Generally southwest of I-95 + Sheridan Street
Area: 17.5 Acres
Zoning: Planned Development
Land Use: Transit Oriented Development Contacts: John Portera, FDOT john.portera@dot.state.fl.us Shiv Newaldass, City of Hollywood snewaldass@hollywoodfl.org

Sheridan Station(sm)
University Station
University Station

​The City of Hollywood and the Hollywood CRA are seeking proposals for a Transit Oriented Development in close proximity to the City's historic Downtown. The subject site is along the FEC Rail Corridor is being considered as a potential commuter rail stop. Additionally, Barry University's College of Health Science is currently located at the subject site.

Location: 309 N. 21st Ave/Dixie Highway east of FEC Railway + north of Hollywood Boulevard.
Area: 2.51 Acres.
Zoning: Government Use
Land Use: Regional Activity Center
Contact: Shiv Newaldass, City of Hollywood, snewaldas@hollywoodfl.org and Jorge Camejo, Hollywood CRA, jcamejo@hollywoodfl.org
1203 N. Federal Highway

Be a part of the revitalization of a prime commercial corridor just blocks from bustling Young Circle and Downtown Hollywood’s rapidly changing core, where more than $350 million in public and private investment is taking shape.

Location: 1203 N. Federal Highway
Area: 0.45 Acres
Zoning: C-2; allows residential, hotel, restaurant
Land Use: Regional Activity Center
Contact: Shiv Newaldass, City of Hollywood
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