Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale

A Short Story About Four Seasons Private Residences Fort Lauderdale

Although Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale is a new development project that broke ground in July 2018, it shares the history of the Four Seasons name that is synonymous with impeccable service. Founder and Chairman of Four Seasons, Isadore Sharp, opened the first Four Seasons in Toronto in 1961. It was a modest property, but Sharp's commitment to creating a company culture that revolved around the Golden Rule—treat others as you wish to be treated—catapulted Four Seasons into a global lifestyle brand.

Four Seasons was the first hotel chain in North America to offer the standard and luxurious amenities that travelers have come to expect when they stay at a quality hotel. They introduced bath amenities, bathrobes, and hair dryers. They were also the first to provide concierge service and room service in North America and introduced these same amenities and more to their residence options beginning in 1985. It is this spirit, attitude, and attention to detail that serves as the foundation for the ultra-luxurious Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale.

The architecture

Award-winning architect, Kobi Karp, is the architectural genius responsible for the luxury cruise liner design of the Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale. Karp wanted to stay true to a nautical theme that paid homage to Fort Lauderdale's reputation as the 'Yachting Capital of the World.'  A two-story porte cochère serves to separate entrances for guests at the hotel and residents when they arrive at the 22-story oceanfront tower. 

The Residences

Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale has 90 residences and 130 guest rooms ranging from almost 800 square feet to more than 6,000 square feet, appealing to buyers at a range of price points. Guest rooms are located on the fourth through eleventh floors and residences begin on the fifth floor. Each one to four bedroom residence has expansive living areas with private terraces and panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. The top floors of the building include four luxury penthouses and three Sky Homes with 20-foot ceilings.

The Finishes

Four Seasons Private Residences Fort Lauderdale offer buyers fully appointed furnished luxury condos as well as designer-ready unfurnished condos. British designer Tara Bernerd is responsible for public spaces in the hotel as well as the furnished Private Residences. Each residence has custom cabinets with antique bronze fittings, Calacatta Nuvo backsplashes and kitchens with Dornbracht faucets, Sub-Zero®, Miele® and Wolf® appliances. Additionally, furnished residences have hand-selected dinnerware, silverware and cookware.

The Amenities

Residents at the Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale enjoy the ultra-luxurious amenities that are part of the Four Seasons Hotel such as housekeeping, room service, and valet parking, fine dining at The Ocean Terrace restaurant, the Four Seasons Spa, beach butler service, two pools with luxury cabanas, and much more. The Four Seasons even has a pet concierge for residents with furry friends. The building will also include a pet boutique, a special pet menu, an on-call veterinarian, a pet park, and an onsite pet whisperer.  Additionally, homeowners at Four Seasons Private Residences Fort Lauderdale have access as preferred guests to the other Four Seasons properties developed by Fort Partners in South Florida, including the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach and the historic Residences at the Surf Club.


The Neighborhood

Once known as the ultimate college spring break destination, Fort Lauderdale is now a chic beach city that offers residents at the Four Seasons ample opportunities for culture, dining, and shopping. The Greater Fort Lauderdale area has 23 miles of beach to explore and boating enthusiasts will enjoy sailing or yachting. The intersection of Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard and Las Olas Avenue is the center of the city where residents will find upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, and boutique shopping. The International Swimming Hall of Fame which includes a museum is a popular attraction. Fort Lauderdale's close proximity to Miami allows easy access to Miami's world-class dining and culture.


Why We Recommend Four Seasons Private Residences Fort Lauderdale

Living at Four Seasons Private Residences Fort Lauderdale gives residents the opportunity to revel in true luxury. The Four Seasons Residences is five-star resort-style living at its best. Not only do homeowners have incredible residences, but they have the amenities that come with the Four Seasons Brand. The area also offers great cultural attractions including the Bonnet House Museum & Gardens, Broward Center for the Performing Arts, and the Historic Stranahan House Museum, and the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale.

Comparing Properties


Located on the waterfront of Palm Beach, the Bristol Palm Beach has 25 stories that feature three to five bedroom luxury residences between 3,700 and 14,000 square feet. Each residence includes a private elevator and a chef's kitchen, as well as spectacular views of Palm Beach Island, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Intracoastal Waterway  Amenities include a wet spa, a dry spa, fitness center, a 75-foot lap pool, a private dining room, club lounge, and state-of-the-art fitness center.


The Residences at The Mandarin Oriental Boca Raton given those looking for luxury apartments in Miami another option centered around a luxury hotel brand. Amenities include 24-hour Mandarin staff, signing privileges at the hotel, membership privileges to Via Mizner Golf & City Club, rooftop pool with luxury cabana, fitness center, game room, and a wine lounge. Residents also have a private entrance and private elevator. The property features 92 residences ranging from 1,425 to 8,800 square feet.   


Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni designed The Ritz Carlton Residences Miami Beach combining ultra-luxurious waterfront living with contemporary architecture. The property includes 111 condominiums ranging in size from 2,000 to more than 6,000 square feet and 15 single-family villas located among seven acres of gardens, pools, and a private marina. Residents will enjoy extra amenities that are not available at other Miami luxury condos such as Private Residents' Day Yacht and exclusive helicopter service.

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What's in the Neighborhood?

Hugh Taylor Birch Park

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The Fresh Market

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Broward Center Performing Arts

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Kelly's Landing

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Fort Lauderdale Country Club

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Casablanca Café

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Brew Urban Café

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Burlock Coast

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Las Olas Boulevard

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Bonnet House Museum & Gardens

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C&I Studios

Four Seasons Price List


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$3,250,000 2 2.5            


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803 $4,300,000 3 3.5            
1802 $5,400,000 3 5            
1702 $6,600,000 4 5.5            
1901 $7,700,000 4 5.5