Four Seasons tops off in Fort Lauderdale

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort LauderdaleBroward’s first five-star development celebrated in topping out in mid-January. Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale reached its 22 stories, putting it on track to open later this year (pictured left).

According to a release, the development is 70% sold and is attracting attention from both national and international buyers. Developed by Fort Partners and constructed by Coastal Construction, the project is being overseen by national construction management company Lehrer Cumming.

“Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale is a significant development for Fort Partners and Fort Lauderdale as it redefines this city as an international luxury destination,” said Ramzi Achi, Principal of Fort Partners, in the release. “Watching the building achieve its full height has been incredibly exciting and we look forward to seeing its elegant and contemporary design come to life as we approach completion later this year.”

When finished, the building will feature 148 guest rooms and 83 one to four-bedroom residences with private terraces and sweeping views of the Atlantic and the Intracoastal. Interiors will be designed by London-based interior designer Tara Bernerd and will feature European cabinetry and Miele, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, custom European vanities and more finishes.

Plenty of amenities await residences such as a state-of-the-art fitness center, two pools with luxury cabanas, beach butler service, a spa, yachting services and special courtesies at Fort Partners’ South Florida and Caribbean portfolio.

Pricing starts at $3,595,000 for residences of two to five bedrooms. Call Douglas Elliman at 954.919.3211 for more information.




Keren Moros
  • Jeff Dinetz
    Posted at 19:25h, 01 February Reply

    Amazing views. Can’t wait until it opens.

  • Maxim Ivanhou
    Posted at 22:22h, 01 February Reply

    Will the beach butlers be armed? Could be helpful with the keeping the elegant clientele ensconced as their dismay grows.

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