The Olympus History

The Olympus Condominium complex sits on a man-made island on the Intracoastal Waterway, just north of Hallandale Beach Boulevard in Hallandale Beach,Florida 33009. The complex consisting of three residential buildings that contain 1,090 individual living units. The Olympus owns a 26 Slip Marina, underground parking facilities for 1,400 vehicles, two swimming pools, four tennis courts and a large recreation/barbeque area. The Olympus Association also owns its own passenger bus to transport residents, free of charge,to the businesses located throughout Hallandale Beach.

The Olympus Complex Condominiumn was begun in 1970 and was constructed by The Zuckerman-Vernon Corp. The first building erected is located at 500 Three Islands Blvd, and is 12 stories tall, containing 246 apartments. Later, an 8 story annex to this building added 40 apartments. Known as the “A” Building, it also contains a Social Hall with 555 person capacity and kitchen facilities, a fitness room, men’s and ladies saunas, a billiards room/library, men’s and ladies card rooms. The main lobby and annex lobby were recently redecorated and the Traverline marble floors were refinished.

The second building constructed is located at 600 Three Islands Blvd, right at the corner of Parkview Drive, and is 19 stories tall with 370 apartments. This building is known as the “B” Building, its Travertine marble floors were also recently refinished.

The third and largest building was constructed in 1980 and is located at 2500 Parkview Drive, this building is known as the “C” Building, it is 24 stories tall and contains 434 apartments. The “C” Building’s Travertine marble floors were also recently refinished. The entire comples sits on 18 well groomed acres.

The Olympus Condominium is governed by the Olympus Condominium Association and each Unit Owner is a voting member. The business of the Association is conducted by a Board of Directors, consisting of 9 Unit owners who are elected by the Association Membership each February at the Annual Meeting. There are two directors elected from each of the three buildings and three directors that are elected ‘at-large’ by the entire membership. The current Board consists of the following members:


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