Architectural Alliance Landscape is continuously developing multi-housing apartments throughout South Florida. Three of our newest projects are Casa Palma located in Coconut Creek, and Delray Preserve and Palm Aire located in Pompano Beach. Take a closer look into these modern and spacious new developments.


Casa Palma

With its distinctive Spanish eclectic architectural-style building, Casa Palma is CasaPalmalocated in Coconut Creek, northern Broward County, Florida, and features 350 luxury rental units on a 20-acre site. Residents enjoy spacious apartment homes with amenities such as a double beach entry pool, another formal pool at the clubhouse, poolside lounging pavilions with grilling and dining areas.


Delray Preserve & Palm Aire

ZOM Florida will break ground in 2015 on two new garden-style communities in delray-preserve-clubhousesouth Florida. Delray Preserve (188 units) will overlook the Intracostal Waterway in Delray Beach. Palm Aire (404 units) will be developed on a former golf course in Pompano Beach. Each of these projects will feature one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartment homes, and a grand clubhouse featuring a club room, cyber café and fitness center. Residents will also enjoy a resort-style pool with cabanas, a bark park and an oversized tot-lot.


Architectural Alliance is pleased to announce our new partnership with these Palm-Aireluxury apartment buildings and is looking forward to bringing our high qualitydesign to these multi-family developments. We make it our business to understand our clients branding goals and objectives and to design and execute their projects to fulfill their specific vision.


Our design practice involves municipal, commercial, multi-family, resort and retail developments based in FortLauderdale, Florida. The firm has been established for over 15 years and their work involves commercial, mixed use projects, interior fit-out, master planning, housing and marina design.

Contact Architectural Alliance Landscape today at 954.764.8858 for all of your South Florida landscape architecture needs.