PHOTOS: On the scene at the Conrad’s hard hat tour

Miami /
Nov.November 13, 2015 05:15 PM

More than 100 brokers attended a hard hat tour of the Ocean Residences Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort.

Orchestra Hotels & Resorts is the developer behind the 290-room condo-hotel, which is managed by Hilton Worldwide’s Conrad Hotels & Resorts. Sales manager Philip Freedman, of Cervera Real Estate, led the walkthrough tour that included a sneak peek into the ballroom space, Jewel Box and model units.

When completed, the project will offer 109 condominium residences and beachfront villas as well as 181 resort residences. The property will feature a full-service Conrad branded spa, heated swimming pool, two whirlpools, serenity deck, poolside restaurant and lounge with a 20,000 square foot terrace, beach services, oceanfront upscale dining, a gourmet market, a fitness center, meeting rooms and event facilities. It will also house Sky Beach, a private, beach club on the sixth floor.

Earlier this year, Alfredo Alvarez, formerly executive chef at Miami’s Seasalt & Pepper, now called Seaspice, was chosen by developer Andreas Ioannou to serve as consulting chef at Conrad’s first resort in the United States.  – Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz


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