Fort Lauderdale’s New and Pre-Construction Condo Update: April 2021

Just as Miami is pushing forward with many new luxury condo developments, and as South Florida continues attracting wealthy buyers from high-tax states, developers in Fort Lauderdale and Broward County are also announcing new condo projects. From high-end to affordable, condos of all shapes and sizes are in the works.

Some highlights from April include BTI Partners announcing a 35-story twin tower project for Hollywood Circle. The Related Group announced its second Pompano Beach project. Merriman Ventures announced a part-rental, part-condo project. And, Kolter Urban launched sales for its tallest luxury condo project in Fort Lauderdale.

Read on for details on these and other updates in our April 2021 condo pre-construction market roundup for Fort Lauderdale:


Sales Launched



Selene Oceanfront ResidencesFort Lauderdale Beach

Selene Oceanfront Residences - Fort Lauderdale Beach


Developer Kolter Urban launched sales of its two-tower, oceanfront condo project this April. The two slender, 26-story towers will feature a total of 204 luxurious residences with several unique floor plans. Designed by Kobi Karp Architects with contemporary interiors by ID & Design International, seven of the nine available floorplans will be positioned on glass corners to feature breathtaking views.

Set to rise 300 feet, this will be the tallest luxury condo building on Fort Lauderdale Beach. Amenities at Selene are expected to include over 5,300 square feet of oceanfront restaurant space on the ground floor, two elevated pool terraces with a resort-style pool, a lap fitness pool plus spa, open gathering spaces and intimate conversation areas, an outdoor kitchen, multiple fire pit lounge areas, and a pavilion-shaded pool bar.

Construction on the condo project is expected to begin in November 2021, with an early 2024 completion.

Prices start at $900,000, with a choice of two- and three-bedroom residences. To see available units, go here.


Approved



Briny Residences – Pompano Beach

Briny Residences – Pompano Beach


A Canadian developer has been approved by the City of Pompano Beach’s commissioners to build a 44-unit boutique condo tower at 305 Briny Ave. However, the developer is choosing to build only 40 condos on the 1.3-acre parcel. The new tower will be designed to be a curvy statement building, rising only 10 stories high, and stand in sharp contrast to its older neighbors. The ground floor of the development is expected to feature shops and possibly a restaurant.


Proposed



Twin 35-story Towers by BTI Partners – Hollywood

Twin 35-story Towers by BTI Partners – Hollywood


Developer BTI Partners has announced plans to bring a mixed-use project to its Hollywood Circle property. The 3.25-acre site is expected to house twin 35-story towers, each topping off at 415 feet above ground. The developer bought the site last year for $16 million.

Designed by architect Zyscovich, the two towers will be connected by a pedestrian bridge and the entire project will be split into two phases. The project is planned to feature:

  • 112,297 square feet of retail/commercial space on the first 2 floors
  • 72,054 square feet of offices on floors 4, 6 and 8
  • 802 residential units from the 5th floor and upwards
  • 1 amenity deck on the 10th floor
  • 1,549 parking spaces


Related Group’s Oceanfront Condo Project - Pompano Beach

Related Group’s Oceanfront Condo Project - Pompano Beach


Proposing its second condo project in Pompano Beach, developer Related Group is looking to build a 21-story tower on its 3.07-acre site at 900 N. Ocean Blvd. The site is currently home to a 49-unit villa community called the Beach Villa 900 Ocean Boulevard. Designed by Arquitectonica, the new condo building is expected to feature 119 residences, a pool, spa, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.


Merrimac Ventures’ Two-Tower Project - Fort Lauderdale

Merrimac Ventures’ Two-Tower Project - Fort Lauderdale


Developer Merrimac Ventures has submitted plans for a two-tower project to come up at 317 N Federal Hwy in Fort Lauderdale. Rising 42 and 45 stories each, the towers will be built in two phases. Designed by NBWW, the first phase will feature the 42-story tower with 390 rental apartments. The second phase will feature the 45-story tower with 326 condo units. A total of 1,083 parking spaces will be built to service both towers.


Other Updates



Four Seasons Hotel & ResidencesFort Lauderdale

Four Seasons Hotel & Residences - Fort Lauderdale


On track for completion this year, the private residences by Four Seasons on Fort Lauderdale beach stand
over 75% sold. Developed by Fort Partners, the five-star development recently topped off at 22 stories. Designed by Kobi Karp, the 83-unit, 148-key condo-hotel features interiors by the London-based Tara Bernerd and hospitality designer Martin Brudnizki, along with landscaping by Miami-based Fernando Wong. Amenities at this luxury development include access to all the hotel-side services, yachting services, beach butlers, beachside activities for little ones, poolside services, a fine dining restaurant, all-day brasserie, signature spa, pet concierge, and much more.

Prices start at $3.6 million, with a choice of one- to four-bedroom residences. To see available units, go here



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