Auberge condo in Lauderdale fetches record $8.9M

Related and its partners say the north tower is 90 percent sold, the south tower 15 percent

Apr.April 02, 2016 10:00 AM

The developers of Auberge Beach Residences & Spa Fort Lauderdale announced the $8.9 million sale of a penthouse in in the development’s south tower, the most ever paid for a condo in Fort Lauderdale.

Fort Lauderdale’s most expensive condo transaction previously was the 2009 sale of unit at the Ritz Carlton for $6.9 million, according to the Auberge development team: Related Group, Fortune International Group and the Fairwinds Group.

The developers also announced recent sales of two additional penthouse units in the project’s north tower for $6.9 million and $6.8 million.

The penthouse that  sold for $8.9 million is designed with  four bedrooms, six bathrooms,  a den and a private sun room with of panoramic views of Fort Lauderdale Beach and the city lights.

Since sales of units at the north tower of Auberge started in December 2014, 90 percent of them have been sold, and 15 percent of the units in the south tower have been sold in the last 90 days. Construction is expected to conclude next year.

Auberge Fort Lauderdale will feature architecture by Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates, Inc. and a curated collection of contemporary art and public spaces designed by the award-winning firm Meyer Davis Studio.

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