Oakland Preserve Opens New Multi-Family, Affordable Housing Community

Jan. 23, 2018 – Building Better Communities and Pinnacle Housing Group hosted a ribbon cutting celebration to mark the grand opening of Oakland Preserve, the new multi-family, 80-unit affordable housing community located at 3600 Oakland Preserve Way in Oakland Park.

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“With affordable housing at a premium in South Florida, we are proud to offer rental rates at Oakland Preserve that are substantially lower than market rate,” said Michael Long, president of the board of directors of BBC. “Oakland Preserveexemplifies our commitment to delivering vibrant communities that give residents peace of mind.”

Oakland Preserve is green-certified and features a fully-equipped kitchen, energy-saving appliances, durable finishes and hurricane-impact windows and doors.  Energy efficiency in the design, materials and appliances provide a high quality, affordable housing option for the local workforce.

“This is the third successful collaboration between Pinnacle Housing Group and Building Better Communities,” said Timothy P. Wheat, regional vice president of Pinnacle. “In all three developments, we worked together to provide housing indistinguishable from market-rate housing.”

Oakland Preserve’s amenities include a fitness center, playground, indoor children’s play area, cyber lounge, on-site maintenance, 24-hour property management and other resident-friendly features, such as spacious shared common areas offering shaded patio seating, a grill and ample recreational space that overlook a community lake with a decorative spray fountain.

“The business community within Broward County appreciates our work in the field of workforce housing. It is vital that we continue to collaborate with community partners, like Pinnacle, to meet the need for high quality workforce housing and a neighborhood feel that communities desire,” said Ann Deibert, assistant secretary of BBC.

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