City Hall is ideally located with easy access to I-95 and minutes away from Port Everglades and Ft. Lauderdale – Hollywood International airport. The nearly 10 acre city-owned site presents an exciting opportunity for a public-private partnership anchored by new City facilities and inclusive of new multi-family residential, office and retail development. The site is blocks from Hollywood’s Downtown District. It currently houses the City’s administrative offices and the Hollywood Branch of the Broward County Library, a facility constructed to support two additional floors. Location: 2600 Hollywood Boulevard Area: 9+/- acres Zoning: Government Use Contact: Raelin Storey, City of Hollywood, firstname.lastname@example.org
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, retail, office, restaurant, and other uses
The Park Hollywood site is located at the intersection of the City’s signature boulevard and the lush tree-lined Park Road with unbeatable access to commuter rail, shopping, healthcare and government facilities. This redevelopment opportunity is the result of Hollywood residents investing more than $70 million in a new state-of-the-art police headquarters with a parking garage. As the new headquarters is relocated on the site, approximately 8-9 acres of prime real estate with frontage on Hollywood Boulevard becomes available for mixed-use development including office, hotel, retail, and residential. Location: 3250 Hollywood Boulevard Area: 8+/- acres Zoning: Government Use Contact: Raelin Storey, City of Hollywood, email@example.com
Sheridan Station TOD
The Florida Department of Transportation is interested in a public-private partnership for the development of the Sheridan Street Park & Ride Lot owned by the FDOT and adjacent to the Tri-Rail station. Developer would construct, operate and maintain a mixed-use commercial/residential Transit Oriented Development while preserving the existing transportation-related facilities. Location: Generally southwest of I-95 + Sheridan Street Area: 17.5 Acres Zoning: Planned Development Land Use: Transit Oriented Development ADT: 320,000 Vehicles Contacts: Dan Marwood, FDOT, 954.777.4238, firstname.lastname@example.org Raelin Storey, City of Hollywood, email@example.com