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A developer has proposed a rental project in Hollywood that would mix apartments and townhouses.
The city’s Technical Advisory Committee will consider plans for Lincoln Village on June 20. Hallandale Beachbased 2327 Lincoln Village LLC, managed by Walter Rua, owns the vacant site of 27,805 square feet at 2327-2339 Lincoln St. It acquired the property for $680,000 in 2020.

It’s located just north of Lincoln Park and the Beachside Montessori Village school. Lincoln Village would total 42,552 square feet with 37 units and 49 parking spaces. There would be a four-story building with 33 apartments, plus a separate building with four two-story townhouses. No major amenities are planned.

Architect Yanina Mauro, of Weston-based Red Octopus, said she was in touch with the neighbors about the project and designed the building to be aesthetically pleasing for the community. She added that the property owner has listed the land for sale in case another party wants to take over the project. The apartments in Lincoln Village would range from 923 to 1,228 square feet. There would be 21 one-bedroom units and 12 twobedroom units.

Each of the four townhouses would total 1,526 square feet with three bedrooms and a garage.
There’s been an influx of multifamily development in Hollywood.
People are moving to the city, where rents are comparably lower than nearby employment centers such as Fort Lauderdale and Miami.

Sourse: South Florida Bussines Journal