With sales now reaching the 75% mark and activity soaring in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale market, Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale, the first five-star development to debut in Broward County, has sold its massive $15 million penthouse, representing exactly what luxury buyers are seeking today.
It’s no surprise that Penthouse 2201 was snapped up quickly, as demand for bigger homes with panoramic water views along Florida’s oceanfront is skyrocketing. This amazing home touts 5,766 square feet of interior space with four bedrooms, six bathrooms and 5,442 square feet of outdoor space, including a wraparound terrace.
Ideal for a post-Covid lifestyle, the penthouse offers coveted features, including direct elevator entry, a foyer with adjacent powder room, and a library located off the oceanfront living room. Residents can use this extra space as a home office, children’s playroom or home school – whatever best suits their lifestyle at any given time.
With the sale of 2201, there’s only one penthouse remaining at the development – a 4-bed, 6.5-bath home with a rooftop pool now on the market for $15.9 million.
Developed by Miami-based development firm Fort Partners, Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale features architecture by Kobi Karp, landscape architecture by Fernando Wong and interior design by Tara Bernerd and Martin Brudnizki. Residents will enjoy access to an array of amenities and à-la-carte services managed by Four Seasons, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, two pools with luxury cabanas, beach butler service, signature Four Seasons spa, yachting services, and special courtesies at Fort Partners’ premier portfolio throughout South Florida and the Caribbean. Pets will have their very own pet concierge and on-call veterinarian.