The iconic Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale is in the midst of a downtown renaissance and those in charge of its future have plans for a major overhaul with a national footprint. Local property-owners are searching for big-name national chains, as well as strong local and regional operators, to revitalize the street.
The Las Olas Co., a major landlord along downtown Fort Lauderdale’s signature street, says it’s planning to boost Las Olas’ profile by filling a handful of vacancies and a new building with a mix of well-established restaurants and retailers. The new wave of Las Olas tenants in the next few years will be looking to include technology stores, luxury residences, upscale restaurants and trendy clothing boutiques.
Property owners are hoping turn the street into a destination shopping and entertainment district that appeals to the increasing number of millennials living and working downtown, similar to the transition that’s occurring along Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach.
Homebuyers across the country are flocking to urban centers in search of the vibrant arts, culture and the convenience of a walkable downtown lifestyle. Kolter Urban’s latest Fort Lauderdale design, 100 Las Olas, presents homebuyers with a luxurious private oasis in the center of the city’s walkable downtown.
Soaring above the bustling city below, 100 Las Olas will be the city’s tallest building, featuring 46 levels, 113 luxury residences, 238 hotel rooms, as well as retail space and fine dining. The Kolter Group has designed this exclusive urban haven nestled among the vibrant and growing community of Las Olas, combining contemporary luxury with ultimate connectivity. Elevating the downtown lifestyle.
The residences at 100 Las Olas feature contemporary open great room plans, gourmet kitchens ideal for entertaining and expansive terraces with glass railings designed to provide unobstructed long-range views of the Fort Lauderdale skyline.