Grover Corlew Breaks Ground on Mayla Pompano

Real estate investment group’s first multifamily development under the Mayla Residences brand

Grover Corlew hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for Mayla Pompano, a new luxury multifamily residence in Pompano Beach, Florida. This is the first of several properties under the brand name of Mayla Residences to be developed by the real estate investment management group focused on acquiring, transforming and managing office, multifamily and retail properties across the southeastern U.S.

“We are thrilled that construction has begun on Mayla Pompano, the first of many soon-to-be-built Mayla Residences,” said partner Anuj Grover. “Mayla Pompano will be a pedestrian-friendly community with easy access to the beach and lifestyle amenities along East Atlantic Boulevard.”

Among those in attendance at the groundbreaking were Broward County Vice Mayor and former Pompano Beach Mayor Lamar Fisher; Pompano Beach Mayor Rex Hardin; Pompano Beach City Commissioners Andrea McGee, Rhonda Eaton and Tom McMahon; Pompano Beach City Manager Greg Harrison; and Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency Director Nguyen Tran.

“It’s through a shared vision and partnerships between the city, county, the community and quality developers like Grover Corlew that we are able to stand here today and celebrate the groundbreaking of Mayla Pompano,” said Broward County Vice Mayor Fisher. “This will be the pivotal development for East Pompano. It’s what we have all dreamed about.”

(L-R) Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency Director Nguyen Tran; Pompano Beach City Commissioner Rhonda Eaton; Broward County Vice Mayor Lamar Fisher; Grover Corlew Partner Anuj Grover; Grover Corlew Partner Mark Corlew; Pompano Beach City Commissioner Andrea McGee; Pompano Beach Mayor Rex Hardin; Pompano Beach City Commissioner Tom McMahon; Pompano Beach City Manager Greg Harrison

The two-building, Class A 355-unit Mayla Pompano will offer open floorplans that range in size from studio to three-bedroom layouts, spanning 548 to 1383 sq. ft. and will include workplace housing. The signature project will be an economic boost to the area.

“We have 60,000 sq. ft. of office and ground-floor retail space in the adjacent 2335 and 2401 Atlantic buildings that we will renovate to make Mayla Pompano a true mixed-use development,” said partner Mark Corlew.

Mayla Pompano residences will be highlighted by spa-inspired bathrooms with soaking tubs, frameless shower enclosures, back-lit vanity mirrors; quartz countertops, high-end cabinetry with under cabinet lights, stainless steel appliances, bottom mount sinks, built-in microwaves, glass cooktops, and full height tile backsplashes in the kitchen; walk-in closets with high-end shelving; private balconies; hurricane impact windows; and washer and dryers in each residence.

Residents of Mayla Pompano will have exclusive access to a two-story clubroom; co-workspaces; a TV lounge; a 24/7state-of-the-art fitness Center and yoga-aerobics room; resort-style pools with cabanas; outdoor kitchens with seating at both buildings; a pedestrian bridge between buildings; a dog spa; bicycle storage and repair station; ample garage parking; storage cages; and interior mailrooms and package rooms.

“Nothing happens in a city without a great team and part of the reason we are here today is the incredible efforts of so many to turn our city in a new direction,” added Pompano Beach Mayor Hardin. “Thanks to Redevelopment Management Associates, the Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, and Pompano’s city manager and commissioners. It takes sustained pressure to make things happen, and today’s celebration is a result of that unrelenting tenacity.”

Completion of Mayla Pompano is expected by July of 2023.

MSA Architects is the architect for Mayla Pompano, and Verdex Construction is the general contractor.

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