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Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale features $35m penthouse
POSTED 14 Feb 2020 . BY Stu Robarts
The so-called SkyHome will feature a 7,000sq ft (650sq m) private rooftop park Credit: Four Seasons
Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale, designed by architect Kobi Karp with interiors by Tara Bernerd, boasts a $35m (€32m, £27m) penthouse with a rooftop putting green.

Developed by Four Seasons in collaboration with Fort Partners, the 22-storey oceanfront development is aimed at reflecting "the very best of beachfront living" and will comprise 148 guest rooms and 83 private residences when it opens in 2021.

Guests and residents will have access to a third-floor terrace with two pools, luxury cabanas and views out over the ocean, as well as a spa and fitness centre, a restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating and a kids' centre.

The residences themselves will range in size from one to four bedrooms and from 780sq ft (72sq m) to more than 6,000sq ft (560sq m) – with the exception of the penthouse.

The so-called SkyHome will cover nearly 19,000sq ft (1,800sq m), including a 7,000sq ft (650sq m) private rooftop park with a pool and putting green, a private fitness centre, a home theatre and a wine-tasting space with temperature-controlled storage.

From a functional perspective, it will offer large walk-in closets, a private laundry room and a private elevator entry to ensure discretion, while the owners will also have access to Four Seasons' services, such as a beach butler, yachting services and a pet concierge with an on-call veterinarian.
The development has been designed by architect Kobi Karp with interiors by Tara Bernerd to "reflect the very best of beachfront living" Credit: Four Seasons
Other residences will range in size from one to four bedrooms and from 780sq ft (72sq m) to more than 6,000sq ft (560sq m) Credit: Four Seasons
The Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale development will comprise 148 guest rooms and 83 private residences Credit: Four Seasons
The owners will also have access to Four Seasons' services, such as a beach butler, yachting services and a pet concierge Credit: Four Seasons
Residents will have access to a private fitness centre, a home theatre and a wine-tasting space Credit: Four Seasons
It will provide nearly 19,000sq ft (1,800sq m) of indoor and outdoor space Credit: Four Seasons
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Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale features $35m penthouse
BY Stu Robarts

The so-called SkyHome will feature a 7,000sq ft (650sq m) private rooftop park

The so-called SkyHome will feature a 7,000sq ft (650sq m) private rooftop park
photo: Four Seasons

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale, designed by architect Kobi Karp with interiors by Tara Bernerd, boasts a $35m (€32m, £27m) penthouse with a rooftop putting green.

Developed by Four Seasons in collaboration with Fort Partners, the 22-storey oceanfront development is aimed at reflecting "the very best of beachfront living" and will comprise 148 guest rooms and 83 private residences when it opens in 2021.

Guests and residents will have access to a third-floor terrace with two pools, luxury cabanas and views out over the ocean, as well as a spa and fitness centre, a restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating and a kids' centre.

The residences themselves will range in size from one to four bedrooms and from 780sq ft (72sq m) to more than 6,000sq ft (560sq m) – with the exception of the penthouse.

The so-called SkyHome will cover nearly 19,000sq ft (1,800sq m), including a 7,000sq ft (650sq m) private rooftop park with a pool and putting green, a private fitness centre, a home theatre and a wine-tasting space with temperature-controlled storage.

From a functional perspective, it will offer large walk-in closets, a private laundry room and a private elevator entry to ensure discretion, while the owners will also have access to Four Seasons' services, such as a beach butler, yachting services and a pet concierge with an on-call veterinarian.



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