Armando Codina Turns To Infill Developments To Revitalize Two South Florida Communities
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – June 14, 2011 – South Florida developer Armando Codina of Codina Partners, a Coral-Gables based real estate firm, is currently overseeing the infill development of two South Florida communities, Downtown Doral and Monterra Cooper City. Since both Downtown Doral and Monterra Cooper City involve developing vacant and under-used parcels within existing urban areas, then they are categorized as infill projects.
A 120-acre master-planned community in Doral, Fla., Downtown Doral is a mixed-use development featuring thousands of residential units, more than one million square feet of commercial space and an elementary school. The community will also feature a three-acre public park, landscaped medians and a residential boulevard lined with townhouses complemented by beautiful landscaping, fountains and shade pavilions.
Monterra Cooper City is being built on one of the largest undeveloped parcels in Broward County- 500 acres southwest of Stirling Road and University Drive. A 1,600-unit master planned community in Cooper City, Fla., Monterra Cooper City will feature single-family, estate and townhome floor plans with prices starting in the low $200s. The Monterra Cooper City community will also include a shopping center offering locals access to a drug store, grocery and retail shops.
“Infill development programs provide long-term sustainable and revenue-generating benefits to underdeveloped areas,” said Armando Codina, Chief Executive Officer of Codina Partners. “Upon completion, Downtown Doral and Monterra Cooper City will provide residents with convenient access to services, amenities, and recreational opportunities.”
About Codina Partners
Formed in the fall of 2009, Codina Partners, LLC is Armando Codina’s latest real estate endeavor. Codina Partners is a boutique real estate investment and development firm based in Coral Gables, Florida.
He founded the predecessor of the Codina Group in 1980 and served as chairman until 2006 when he merged it with Florida East Coast Industries. He then became chairman of Flagler Development, part of FECI, and remained in that position after FECI was sold to Fortress Investment Group in 2007.
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