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100 Las Olas Set To Be The Tallest Residential Tower In Fort Lauderdale

Projected to be the tallest residential tower in Fort Lauderdale once completed, 100 Las Olas is the first new condo project in Fort Lauderdale in over a decade.

Currently, the project is about a month ahead of schedule. It is slated for completion in the first half of 2020. 

100 Las Olas will boast sweeping views of the city, as condominiums start at 160-feet in the air. Private residential amenities include a resort-style pool, day cabanas, a fitness center, a news lounge with daily beverage service and a club room with a catering kitchen bar, formal seating areas, a custom audio system and an expansive outdoor plaza.

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Residential floor plans range from 1,501 square feet to 2,964 square feet. Prices range from $800,000 to over $2 million. The residences will be energy efficient and fully furnished with contemporary open great rooms, gourmet kitchens and spa-like master retreats with expansive terraces.

Owners will be able to choose their kitchen and bath finishes from Nolte cabinets and quartz countertops, Jenn-Air Euro stainless steel built-in appliances and Grohe and Kohler plumbing fixtures.

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The main living areas will have premium, large-format porcelain tiles and floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as sliding glass doors and expansive terraces with glass railings.

There will also be 8,500 square feet of retail, fine dining and a Hyatt Centric Hotel featuring 238 guest rooms.

100 Las Olas is located on East Las Olas Boulevard and SE First Avenue. For more information, visit onehundredlasolas.com.

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