In late June 2020, Delray Beach’s Site Plan Review and Appearance Board will consider plans for a new US Construction Project: Echelon at 1624 S Ocean Blvd. Echelon will feature 14 units of luxury oceanfront property, with units ranging from 2,745 to 3,543 square feet, and expansive terraces. Featuring the first of more exciting updates about this project, the latest about Echelon was reported in the South Florida Business Journal . You can read the full article here.
The Echelon condo is proposed at 1625 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach. RANDALL STOFFT
US Construction proposed a second oceanfront condo project in Delray Beach.
On June 24, the city’s Site Plan Review and Appearance Board will consider plans for Echelon at 1624 S Ocean Blvd. The 1.17-acre site was purchased by 1625 South Ocean LLC, an affiliate of US Construction, for $12.3 million in January. The seller was the association of a condo building. The 15-unit condo which was built in 1981, would be demolished to make way for construction.
Echelon would have 14 units in three stories. Given the beachfront location and the large size of the condos – each of them having three bedrooms – they would likely be listed in the millions of dollars.
Condo at Ocean Delray, which National Realty Investment Advisors and US Construction are building nearby, are listed for $4 million to $9 million.
Echelon would have 44,173 square feet under air, 10,151 square feet of terraces and other outdoor space, a pool deck facing the ocean, a fitness center, and 35 parking spaces. There would be a 24-hour concierge.
Units would range from 2,745 to 3,543 square feet under air. They would also have large terraces.
Hoboken, New Jersey-based US Connstruction declined to comment. Echelon was designed by architecture firm Randall Stofft. Attorney Thomas R. Carney Jr. represents the developer in the application.
Delray Beach has few available development parcels along the ocean, so condos tend to command high prices. High-rise development is generally not permitted in the city’s coastal area.