Photos: 639-Unit X Las Olas Tops Off In Fort Lauderdale

PMG’s first 34-story tower at X Las Olas topped off recently in Fort Lauderdale.

In total, 639 apartments are being built in the first phase. Later, a second tower will be added bringing the total apartment count above 1,200.

The Miami-based developer will offer a rent by the bed program, with a total of 923 beds on offer in the first phase alone.

 

 

(photos: l&r structural)

 

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Dan The Man
1 year ago

Why are people so negative? Let’s just enjoy the fact that all of South Florida is growing. ?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Good brightline/virgin trains development. Keep the rent lower than miami and you’ll have a commuter express right here…and I guess it’s good for local ft Lauderdale employees too

Anonymous
1 year ago

rightt… It’s hard to find an apartment under 2k in downtown ft Lauderdale.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What ever happened the BIG designed apartment tower nearby? That was a cool design for the area

Anonymous
1 year ago

Amazing project, looking good on the skyline!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yes!.. I’m really happy for our sister city.

peej
1 year ago

Nice project, but it’s a shame they shortened its height.

(cue all the Laudy haters)

Anonymous
1 year ago

Unlike X Miami, this might have turned out better than the renderings. Can’t say the same for the eyesore in the making on the forth picture, which replaced Fort Lauderdale’s first high-rise and didn’t even include the existing parking garage on prime riverfront land.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I’m not sure if the rent it by the “bedroom” will be a success or not for this property. If a person cant find a roommate i’m sure the building will stick you with someone.

Anonymous
1 year ago

They are building a 34 story building in timid FLL.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
1 year ago

huh?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Sad that there are more cranes in downtown Fort Lauderdale than Downtown Miami!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Why is that sad?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Not true.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Orlando news next? Lol

Anonymous
1 year ago

no.. they will have new york city news tomorrow. ?

Anonymous
1 year ago

If you are going to start reporting on Fort Lauderdale developments you have missed much bigger news…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Agree, we don’t care what happens north of the County Line…

NYC Loves Miami
1 year ago

I agree. You and your cat don’t care.

Anonymous
1 year ago

My cat doesn’t give a rat’s ass what happens north of County Line!!

Azarius
1 year ago

They should start a second page for central Florida like the real deal but don’t limit the articles

Anonymous
1 year ago

I thought this was The Next Miami
Don’t really care for what’s happening north of 79 St.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Right on, keep it in the 305!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

did you catch that Sunny Isles story today ? 😉

Anonymous
1 year ago

Actually 82nd street is where the city of Miami ends at.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Still don’t care beyond 79th

Anonymous
1 year ago

Do you dumb people understand why they call this entire area “South Florida?”

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yes I know, it’s a region, more like a country and not a city

Anonymous
1 year ago

The (South Florida) term is misleading at best. Most individuals are interested in promoting their individual cities. I have noticed quite frequently that the national media makes references to South Florida when they do not care to give Miami the credit for anything except bad press. For example: In past super-bowls other city skylines were prominently featured, whereas the city of Miami was not. When the game was actually played in Miami, the footage was of Ft. Lauderdale or some insignificant area. I have always resented this.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Well, you must really get irate like I do when on TV you hear someone say that a certain Pro Sports player is going to go and play on one of our teams in South Beach?

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
1 year ago

Huh? South Florida, much like Southern California, is a region. Do you get mad when they show shots of Beverly Hills, Malibu, and West Hollywood even though they aren’t technically in LA city limits?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Must be new here