Pier Sixty-Six Residences Unveils Grand Finale

The Fort Lauderdale development’s newest homes will feature private pools.

Pier Sixty-Six Residences, part of Tavistock Development Company’s $1 billion transformation of the iconic Fort Lauderdale property, officially launched sales for Indigo, the final inaugural ownership opportunity at Pier Sixty-Six. Featuring 30 exquisite waterfront condominium residences starting at $5.5 million, Indigo will offer heated plunge pools on every wraparound private terrace, a first in Fort Lauderdale. Indigo also provides the finest indoor and outdoor living experiences and preferred access to the 164-slip Pier Sixty-Six Marina, the leading yachting destination on the East Coast and home to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show’s Superyacht Village.  

“With an increased demand for luxury residences in South Florida, Indigo allows buyers to own at one of the most prestigious landmark destinations in Fort Lauderdale, with a move-in date well ahead of other new residential developments in the market,” says Craig Collin, president and chief operating officer at Tavistock Development Company. “From docking for owner’s superyachts to private plunge pools, Pier Sixty-Six Residences appeal to buyers’ desire for exclusivity and privacy, complemented by all the attributes of a sophisticated resort at your doorstep.”  

Designed by Garciastromberg, Indigo embraces its marine setting with floor-to-ceiling windows framing striking views and creating seamless indoor/outdoor living. This 11-story building offers a selection of four distinct open-concept floorplans, each spanning approximately 2,900 square feet and featuring three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. In addition, a stunning 5,824-square-foot penthouse boasts unrivaled panoramic vistas of the downtown skyline, Intracoastal Waterway, and the Atlantic Ocean. Each unit is designer-ready, allowing for absolute owner customization, and affords fine finishes such as Sub-Zero/Wolf appliances, Italian cabinets, and exquisite stone surfaces. Vertical construction has already topped off, and Indigo is set to be finished by late 2024, coinciding with the debut of the transformed Pier Sixty-Six Resort.  

Industry veteran Amy Ballon is director of sales for Pier Sixty-Six Residences, with ONE Sotheby’s International Realty as the exclusive sales and marketing agency.  

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