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Suffolk completes construction of luxury condominium 2000 Ocean


Suffolk completes construction of luxury condominium 2000 Ocean

Suffolk, one of the largest and most successful building contractors in Florida, has completed the luxury condominium tower 2000 Ocean in Hallandale Beach.

By Suffolk | March 11, 2022
Aerial view of new Suffolk-built condominium 2000 Ocean, Hallandale, Fla. Photo: Courtesy Suffolk
Aerial view of new Suffolk-built condominium 2000 Ocean, Hallandale, Fla. Photo: Courtesy Suffolk

Suffolk has completed construction of the luxury condominium tower 2000 Ocean, a beachfront development in Hallandale Beach, Fla.

The 38-story glass-encased tower on 1.3 acres is owned by KAR Properties and designed by TEN Arquitectos. The building’s interiors were carefully conceived by the world-renowned Italian design firm Minotti, who brought exquisite Italian elegance to beachfront living.

2000 Ocean is composed of half-floor residences, full-floor penthouse residences, and one exceptional duplex sky villa with private pool deck. Each residence features a private eastern oceanfront terrace and a private western garden-facing terrace as well as floor-to-ceiling glass, all-stone kitchens, Gaggenau appliances, and biometrically accessed private elevators.


“2000 Ocean was especially challenging since it was designed to be very narrow to maximize the site on the beach,” said Peter Tuffo, president of the South Region of Suffolk. “It was thanks to our team’s ingenuity, use of technology, and determination that we were able to create this exceptional work of art.”

2000 Ocean brings the finest elements of the world’s most luxurious resorts into a private residential community. Residents will enjoy from a myriad of world-class amenities, including poolside and beach butler service, outdoor fireplace, an oceanside café, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a free-standing spa pavilion, and a sculpture garden with a commissioned piece by David Harber.


Suffolk is currently managing several other prestigious construction projects in South Florida, including the Estates at Acqualina, Royal Palm Residences, Ritz-Carlton Residences Sunny Isles, PortMiami Terminal V for Virgin Voyages, Plumosa School of the Arts Expansion, and Alba Palm Beach.  

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