An eight-tower, $1 billion residential project near Sawgrass Mills will eventually include 1,800 residential units, Completing the massive development, called Metropica, could cost more than.The 65-acre Metropica project in Sunrise has unveiled the design of its first office buildings.. a hotel and entertainment to a site near the sawgrass mills mall and BB&T Center. With 650,000.With 1250 high-rise units, on-site retail and dining, and access to all of the shopping and entertainment offered in Sunrise such as the BB&T Center and Sawgrass Mills, Metropica will be the place to see and be seen. Metropica is a master-planned mixed-use urban community designed by Chad Oppenheim, with interiors by YOO Design.Metropica at Sawgrass Mills – 499 NW 70th Ave, # 105, Plantation, Florida 33317 – Rated 5 based on 3 Reviews "They got one tower so far, but I can’t wait.Metropica is a Sunrise, Florida community bringing condos, apartments, office space & much more to the heart of South Florida near Sawgrass Mills Mall.Metropica is centrally located in West Broward County minutes from major highways I-75, I-95, I-595 and the Florida Turnpike. Get maps & directions here.While the 65-acre project’s retail and office components look ideally suited to the area’s office market and to the neighboring giant Sawgrass Mills mall, Metropica’s proposed eight luxury condo.Metropica offers luxury condos for sale in Sunrise, South Florida's newest master planned community, perfectly located near highways and business centers.News Sprawling Mixed-Use Metropica Project Advances in Sunrise The 65-acre development is being built in West Broward County in a time when large-scale projects are more common for the urban core.Metropica will also include a second phase of office development. on the northeast corner of Sunrise Boulevard and 136th Avenue, west of outlet mall sawgrass mills. The project’s first residential.Metropica, a multi-faceted, 65-acre development in western Broward. Metropica project would be nearly twice as big as Sawgrass Mills.It is one of eight condo buildings that would be part of the Metropica mixed-use development in western Sunrise near the sawgrass mills shopping mall and the BB&T Center, home of the Florida Panthers.