Work Begins on Daytona Beach Shores Condos

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The community, developed by Jim Mack and Greenpointe Communities, will be the area’s first oceanfront condominium in more than a decade.

OLR01 Aruba 2017Development of the first oceanfront condominium to break ground in the Daytona Beach Shores area in more than 10 years, Aruba, is about to start. The development will get underway with site demolition on May 31.

The property’s units will range from 1,400 square feet to over 1,800 square feet. Four floor plans are available in three- and four-bedroom configurations, with some that feature wrap-around balconies. Common amenities include a workout center, clubroom, oceanfront swimming pool and private adult spa, under-building parking and onsite storage.

According to developer Jim Mack, who partnered with Jacksonville-based Greenpointe Communities on the project, the 84-unit Aruba has 60 units that overlook the ocean and 24 with water views. Mack’s local experience includes development of seven other oceanfront condos in the Ponce Inlet and Shores areas.

The units are priced from $370,000, with sales handled by Oceans Luxury Realty Full Service. Currently, about 40 percent of the units have been sold, with another 10 percent reserved. The general contractor is Peck and Associates Inc., with architect Larry Robinson designing the project.

The Aruba site at 3721 S. Atlantic and has 225 lineal feet of beachfront just south of the Sunglow pier. The property is on target for completion by late 2018.

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