Pompano Beach, nestled on the Atlantic coast between Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, might not have the high profile of its neighbors – yet. The city has been attracting a slew of luxury oceanfront developments in the past decade. Developer Grover Corlew hopes to spur even more growth with their new multifamily property under the Mayla Residences’ brand, called Mayla Pompano.
The two-building apartment complex will have 355 units, including 53 units dedicated to workforce housing. MSA Architects, Inc. designed the $78.2 million complex and brought in PRISM Renderings to generate several exterior renderings for project approvals and pre-leasing.
Mayla Pompano is part of a larger plan by the Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency to revitalize the East Atlantic Boulevard corridor. For Mayla Pompano, Grover Corlew is redeveloping a 3-acre site they own that is currently used for surface parking. MSA incorporated 60,000 s.f. of retail space on the ground floor of Mayla Pompano, fronted by wide pedestrian walkways. Residents will have access to a 2-story clubroom, coworking spaces, a dog spa, indoor bike storage and repair space, outdoor kitchens, and pools with cabanas. Apartments will have hurricane impact windows, walk-in closets, private balconies, and bathrooms with soaking tubs, frameless showers, and backlit vanity mirrors. Construction is expected to start in February and be complete in summer 2023.