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Fort Lauderdale’s Tallest Building Tops Off At 46 Stories, 499 Feet

The tallest building ever built in Fort Lauderdale topped off last month.

100 Las Olas reached its tallest height on December 5th, developer Kolter Urban announced.

The 46-story tower will include hotel rooms on the lower 15 floors, and condos starting at level 16 and up.

“Topping off at 499 feet high, 100 Las Olas is now the tallest building in Fort Lauderdale,” said Bob Vail, president of Kolter Urban. “It’s been more than a decade since there has been a residential ownership opportunity downtown. The building will be an iconic landmark on Las Olas Boulevard. We’re incorporating all the latest architectural design elements and the newest interior finishes and fixtures in the building, and our residents will have an incredible home and a walkable lifestyle in this thriving dining and entertainment district.”

100 Las Olas will include 113 private residences in Fort Lauderdale’s urban core. The luxury condominium amenities and residences will begin on the 16th floor, with 238 Hyatt Centric hotel rooms occupying the lower levels. The ground floor lobby bar, restaurant and retail will be open to the public.

Two to four bedroom units are priced from $800,000’s to over $2 million. A two-story penthouse is also available for $5,999,000.

Of condo inventory released, 50% of units have been sold.

Completion is set for the first half of 2020.

 

 

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Anonymous

The Next Broward

Anonymous

Only 499ft? Amateurs.

Anonymous

Lol

Anonymous

Height vs density?
I’ll take density

Anonymous

I’ll take them both.

Anonymous

49th floors!!!! Victoria Park residents most be dying!!!!

Anonymous

Victoria Park is nowhere near this tower, but I’m sure they’ll love Related’s proposed new tower across from Icon Las Olas.

Anonymous

A for effort 🙂

POLO

Why not 500 FT?

Anonymous

I wonder how many Airbnb units

Anonymous

Reading between the lines they are capped with a lot less than 50 percent sold. They quote of released units. That’s simply a way of getting to the golden 50. Now they ve missed their window. Should be interesting to watch pricing strategy here.

Anonymous

Thanks for reporting. If its the tri-county area, it’s de facto Miami.

Anonymous

No, It’s de facto South Florida. No one refers to Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach as Miami. People don’t even refer to Aventura as Miami. I don’t understand this crazy superiority complex on this website specifically for Miami and why people have to shit on the other two counties and their cities. Broward and Palm Beach counties are both growing faster than Miami-Dade. They both sometimes do things before Miami. Anyway, it is all one metro. We are South Florida and anything that happens in any city is a gain for South Florida.

Anonymous

What a joke. Broward and Palm Beach does not even rank. When Florida is mentioned, it’s about Miami, Orlando and sometimes Tampa. Period.

Anonymous

Few know Ft. Lauderdale anywhere outside of South Florida. As I write this comment, “Lauderdale” has a red squiggly line under it because even the spell check doesn’t recognize it. Be proud that you’re part of the Greater Miami area.

Anonymous

They need about 50 more of these towers to compete with miami

Anonymous

No they don’t. A city should be more than its condo towers. Look at the inner-movement of people within South Florida and you’ll see that people are leaving Miami-Dade in droves to move to Broward/Fort Lauderdale and the Palm Beaches and not the other way around.

Tony

They’re leaving because they can’t afford the rent. Not because they prefer Broward…

Anonymous

Broward lacks soul.

Anonymous

MOre like 100

Anonymous

Miami needs a bigger shit pipe.

Miami1

Who cares what goes on in Ft. Lauderdale…save it for The Next Broward!!