Updated July 3 at 7:00pm

Cavache Properties received final approval for its second Old Town Square multifamily project in Pompano Beach.

The 319-apartment development, called Old Town Square II, will be built on the former site of the Christ United Methodist Church building at 210 NE Third Street, as well as portions of the site on the north and south sides of the church superior.

The development will include a 10-story, 229-unit building and a six-story, 90-unit building. They will be connected by a pair of pedestrian bridges on NE 2nd Street, according to a Kawash press release.

The 10-story building will include 3,400 square feet of commercial space for retail or restaurants.

Old Town Square II will offer one to three bedroom apartments. Construction is expected to begin early next year, with completion expected in mid-2026, according to a press release.

The Pompano Beach Planning and Zoning Commission approved the project last week.

Nearly two months ago, Cavache paid $8.4 million for a five-acre complex consisting of six parcels of land, including the 2.3-acre Old Town Square II development site. In addition to the development land, Cavacs also purchased two parcels at 219 NE Third Street, 200 NE Fourth Street and a vacant lot at the northwest corner of NE 2nd Avenue and NE 2nd Street.

Adam Adache, managing partner of Cavache, said the Christ United Methodist Church, which is selling the property, has not used the Pompano Beach building in some time and instead Services were held in Fort Lauderdale. real deal at the end of the sale. The company plans to relocate a historic building on the church campus to Centennial Park.

Adache said Cavache has yet to develop project plans for about 2.7 acres, an area that will not be developed as Old Town Square II TRD in May.

One block west of Christ United, Cavache is developing the first phase of Old Town Square, a 281-unit, 1.7-acre project between NE 2nd and 3rd Streets on the east side of NE 1st Avenue. The project will have more than 5,000 square feet of retail space and is expected to be completed this year.

Based in Pompano Beach, Cavache is led by Adam and Daniel Adache and Managing Director Anthony Cavo. The firm’s completed projects include the 24-unit 30 Thirty North Ocean boutique condo project at 3030 North Ocean Drive in Fort Lauderdale, consisting of two five-story buildings.

Fort Lauderdale-based Adache Group Architects, led by Daniel Adache, is the architect of record for Old Town Square II.

The project is one of several emerging in South Florida on the former church site. Also in Pompano Beach, the Archdiocese of Miami’s 8.3-acre site at 1200 Sixth Avenue NW will be converted into affordable housing. Developer Smith & Henzy Advisory Group leased the land from the Archdiocese and is building the 50-unit St. Joseph Estate II condominium.

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