Kolter Urban launches sales of Fort Lauderdale Beach condo towers

Units will start at $900K

Miami /
Apr.April 14, 2021 08:45 AM
Kolter Urban President Bob Vail. (Levy PR, Kolter Urban)

Kolter Urban President Bob Vail. (Levy PR, Kolter Urban)

Kolter Urban launched sales of a two-tower luxury condo project on Fort Lauderdale Beach.

The Delray Beach-based developer, led by Bob Vail, plans to build Selene Oceanfront Residences at 3000 Alhambra Street. The 26-story buildings will have a combined 204 luxury condos priced from $900,000, according to a press release. Douglas Elliman was tapped to handle sales and marketing.

In October, the Fort Lauderdale City Commission gave final approval to a rezoning and site plan for the project.

At 300 feet tall, the buildings will be the tallest on Fort Lauderdale Beach. Construction is expected to begin in November and be completed by early 2024. Kobi Karp Architects is designing the development with interiors by ID & Design International.

Units will range from 1,400 square feet to 3,200 square feet, and the project’s amenities will include two elevated pool terraces with cabanas, an outdoor kitchen, fire pit lounge areas and a pool bar.

The ground floor of the development will have more than 5,300 square feet of restaurant space.

Kolter’s original plan for the property called for an 18-story, 310-unit design. It drew criticism from condo owners in the central beach area of Fort Lauderdale who complained that it would block view corridors from the street level to the ocean.

Nearby, Fort Lauderdale commissioners in December approved a site plan for Bahia Cabana Hotel, a mixed-use project with 124 hotel rooms and six apartments in the city’s south beach area.





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