The 100 Las Olas Tower in Fort Lauderdale has just opened at 499 feet, making it the tallest residential building in the city.
The 46-story tower is a hybrid residential-hotel building with 113 luxury condominiums beginning on the 16th floor above a 238-kety Hyatt Centric Hotel.
Delray Beach-based developer Kolter Urban built the tower on a little less than an acre southeast of Las Olas Boulevard and Southeast First Avenue.
100 Las Olas is just steps from the New River and adjacent to the Las Olas River House residential complex, built in 2004.
About half of the condominiums have been sold. These are two and three bedroom units that range in size from 1,811 square feet to 5,281 square feet. With the exception of the penthouse on the 45th and 46th floors, all are ready to move into. Prices start at $ 900,000.
The Las Olas district will soon add the 25-story Main Las Olas office tower.
100 Las Olas overtook the previous record holder for the tallest Fort Lauderdale residential tower, the 480-foot Alluvion Las Olas north of the New River.
Miami holds the record for the tallest residential building on the east coast south of New York with the 868-foot panorama, an apartment tower with a hotel. It could be overtaken by the 890 foot Okan Tower Condo Hotel. Plans for the One Bayfront Plaza office-hotel tower and The Towers by Foster + Partners condominium towers were also circulated. Both complexes rise over 1,000 feet.
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