Hallandale Beach glass tower to have beach butler service
2000 Ocean will be made up of 64 homes and an oceanfront restaurant
Construction has begun on a 38-story glass tower in Hallandale Beach that will feature 64 homes, two pools, an oceanfront restaurant and a poolside/beach butler service.
Named 2000 Ocean, for its address at 2000 S. Ocean Drive, the tower will rise on the site of the former Regency Health Spa. KAR Properties, a New York-based developer, bought the 1.3-acres for $38 million in 2014.
It is expected to be completed in 2020, according to project spokeswoman Bianca Mendoza.
The 64 condos will range in size from 2,913 square feet to 5,832 square feet, with prices starting at $2.6 million, Mendoza said.
There will be half-floor residences from the fifth to the 33rd floors, with three bedrooms, 3 ½ bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and east and west terraces.
Three full-floor penthouses, measuring nearly 7,000 square feet, will take up the 34th to 36th floors, with five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
A two-story Sky Duplex Villa will top off the project, with a private pool, and an outdoor kitchen and shower. The 9,363-square-feet villa has six bedrooms and 6 ½ bathrooms, and includes staff quarters and views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway.
All homes will have private elevator entrances, and 2000 Ocean will offer personalized interior design services by the Italian brand Minotti.
Amenities on the first four floors will include the Spa Pavilion, which will have massage therapy in private treatment rooms, a yoga studio, a hammam, and an ice room.
The two pools will offer views of either the ocean or the Intracoastal Waterway, and an oceanfront restaurant will serve all-organic ingredients and provide residents complimentary wheatgrass shots on demand.
An artist rendering of 2000 Ocean, Hallandale’s latest tower, which will have a beachside butler at your service.