Construction of AquaMar condo completed

Eighteen of the 20 units are sold at the boutique condo in the Las Olas Isles area of Fort Lauderdale

Aug.August 19, 2017 10:00 AM

AquaMar rendering

Crews completed AquaMar Las Olas, a waterfront boutique condominium in Fort Lauderdale that is 90 percent sold.

Ocean Land Investments, led by Jean Francois Roy, presold 18 of the 20 units at AquaMar, located on Isle of Venice Drive in the Las Olas Isles community of Fort Lauderdale. The two remaining developer units are listed for sale.

Winmar Construction served as the project’s general contractor.

AquaMar’s condo units range in size from 2,531 to 3,439 square feet, and they were priced from $1.4 million to $2.5 million.

Each unit features 10-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows and comes with a private rooftop terrace. Kitchens feature Italian cabinetry, quartz counter tops and Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. Bedrooms have ample walk-in closet space and bathrooms such finishes as frameless, glass-enclosed showers.

AquaMar also features boat slips with ocean access that can accommodate vessels up to 50 feet.

AquaMar is the third Aqua-branded condo development by Ocean Land and Dennis Eisinger, following AquaVita and AquaLuna.

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