Built for Sun

The Lauderdale lifestyle is exemplified by the residential buildings that play to our city’s strengths with flair. We selected a handful of our favorites.

By: 

FL Mag Staff

Published date: 

Apr. 1, 2017

Adagio

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Architect: Jorge Garcia, Garcia Stromberg GS4
Address: 1110 Seminole Dr.
All 12 condos get panoramic views of the Intracoastal and the Atlantic in this natural light-intensive modern gem with interior design by Steven G. Clean, modern lines evoke Fort Lauderdale’s midcentury heyday while also being impeccably current.



The Residences at the W Fort Lauderdale

Architect: Adache Group
Address: 401 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd.
If you’re looking for modern luxury and what the new Fort Lauderdale Beach has become, look here. From the stylish bar with expansive deck overlooking the ocean to restaurant Steak 954, this nautical-inspired, striking building provides one of A1A’s more unique luxury experiences.



AquaBlu

Architect: Borges + Associates
Address: 920 Intracoastal Dr.
Part of the “Aqua” group of developments – AquaVue, AquaVita, AquaMar and AquaLuna are located closer to Las Olas, while this sits near the Galleria – this is waterfront condo living for a younger generation, with boat slips and massive “entertainment terraces” overlooking the water and the Bonnet House grounds.


Kickin' It Old School
Birch Tower

Architect: Charles McKirahan
Address: 100 S. Birch Rd.
You don’t have to go new to go fabulous in Fort Lauderdale. This midcentury modern masterpiece is one of influential architect Charles McKirahan’s important Fort Lauderdale works – and with the mid-century North Beach Village buildings around it being brought back to their former glory, it’s in a neighborhood on the upswing.