Interest in Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale, and the luxury brand’s promise of an amenity-rich residential experience, continues to reach new heights. The most recent sale at the 83-unit property along Fort Lauderdale Beach, pushing overall sales to 75%, involved one of its remaining penthouses.
Penthouse 2201, a four-bedroom unit that sold for $15 million, encompasses nearly 6,000 square feet of interior space—and an additional 5,442 square feet of outdoor areas, including a wraparound terrace. The property also features six full baths (and one powder room); direct elevator entry; an ocean-facing library; a chef’s kitchen with Sub-Zero, Wolf and Miele appliances; and custom design details throughout.
The sprawling top-floor layout is complemented by the kinds of world-class amenities for which Four Seasons is known. Residents can expect yacht accommodations, beach butlers, a fine-dining restaurant, and 24/7 concierge-level services, including arrangements for in-residence dining, event catering—and much more.
The recent sale leaves only one penthouse on the market at Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale—touted as the first five-star development in Broward County. The last available unit features a rooftop pool to go along with four bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms at an asking price of $15.9 million.