Developer Daniel Catalfumo wants to demolish two office buildings at the PGA Station business park in Palm Beach Gardens in order to build more apartments.
This would be the second phase of the apartment development at PGA Station. Greenwich, Connecticut-based Richman Group of Cos. broke ground on 396 apartments there in 2022 after buying land from Catalfumo.
PGA Building 9 & 10 LLC, managed by Catalfumo, recently filed plans with the city to amend the development plan for the 37.6-acre business park at 11025 RCA Center Drive. It would remove a 48,000-square-foot office and a 9,000-square-foot office, replacing them with 620 apartments in two buildings plus two parking garages with a combined 975 spaces. The developer would make 10% of those units workforce housing.
Each of the two apartment buildings would be 13 stories tall, one with 328 units and the other with 301 units. Each building would have a rooftop pool deck, a fitness room, a game room, a club room and coworking space. One building would have a half basketball court and the other would have two pickleball courts.