Pompano is growing, but as always, there’s no better place for residents new and “vintage” to get a great meal than Checkers Old Munchen German restaurant.
Azur Equities has announced that in addition to the $25 million sports park complex it is building in Pompano Beach, it will also add the construction of a townhouse community with 15 units to its plans.
The company proposes to build the townhome community, to be called Patagonia, on publicly owned land along Northwest Seventh Avenue and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, per The Real Deal.
The eight separate parcels of land are currently owned by the Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, and the developer is requesting that the CRA donate the property.
Azur Equity’s venture partner on the project is Hadar Homes.
The townhome community will include 1,800 square feet of commercial space, according to the plans, and the townhome floor plans include the townhomes being three-bedroom, two-bathroom homes with about 1,450 square feet each.
The townhomes will have two stories and will also feature one-car garages.
The area is part of a master plan to renovate downtown.
Earlier this year, Azur Equity received approval from the Pompano Beach City Commission to build SportsPark, an athletic complex including a stadium, clubhouse, multiple soccer fields and 70 residential units for players.
Azur principal Franck Gotsman is co-owner of the semi-professional soccer team Floridians Football Club.
If you are looking for a great place to watch soccer, like you could during the recent World Cup brunches, or just a place to have a beer or great German food, check out Checkers Old Munchen in Pompano Beach. It’s a wonderful place to treat yourself to a drink, a full meal or a classic German dessert.
If you’re considering moving to Pompano Beach, a visit to Checkers Old Munchen may just convice you!