Having taken the world by storm, Hamilton: An American Musical has now taken to the tour circuit, working on hitting the biggest stages in the United States. One of the biggest? The Broward Performing Arts Center in Fort Lauderdale. Fort Lauderdale is taking its place as one of the premiere destination addresses in the country. “Hamilton has become a landmark in America’s pop culture history,” says Peggy Fucci of One World Properties, exclusive sales agent for 100 Las Olas in downtown Fort Lauderdale. “We proud to see that Fort Lauderdale was among its earliest tour locations, another indication that we’ve become one of the most culturally rich cities in the United States.” Come December, theatregoers will get to experience the music and dance that made up one of the biggest pop culture phenomena in the world, in one of the hottest cities in the world.
Part of the draw of this musical is its willingness to experiment with style. Playwright, composer, and lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda granted the traditional Broadway style a fresh outlook by eschewing the traditional formula of Broadway music to instead incorporate rap, hip hop, blues, and R&B. Serving as an important part of the story, these musical genres break down the walls that Broadway has boxed itself in and introduces new ways to think about theatre production. Similarly, Fort Lauderdale has worked to stand out in its own way-residents can switch from enjoying a gallery showing one minute to paddle boarding down the Tarpon River the next. Food is seen as an art form, to the point where certain neighborhoods have their own take on the same dish, and chefs work to recreate authentic dining experiences for gastronomes, and cultural events can be found across every corner.
Just a short walk from the Broward Performing Arts Center is Fort Lauderdale’s newest luxury residential tower: 100 Las Olas. Itself redefining the walkable urban lifestyle of Las Olas. 100 Las Olas puts residents within walking distance of many other hot Fort Lauderdale venues, ranging from Riverwalk at Bubier Park to Revolution Live, the area’s top destination for live music acts.
Events like this come by only once every few years, and only happen in the most dynamic cities in the country. As Hamilton himself might agree, “don’t throw away your shot” to call downtown Fort Lauderdale home-get in on the area’s hottest residence tower. 100 Las Olas is currently under construction and will become Fort Lauderdale’s tallest residential building. The 46-story building will include 113 luxury residences beginning on the 16th level, 238 hotel guest rooms, a lobby bar, dining and retail space. The residences at 100 Las Olas feature contemporary open great room plans ranging from 1,811 sq. ft. to 5,281 sq. ft., designer kitchens ideal for entertaining and expansive terraces with glass railings designed to provide unobstructed water and long-range views of the Fort Lauderdale skyline.
Residents of 100 Las Olas will be immersed in the urban vibe of Las Olas, while enjoying an unprecedented level of service. Condo owners will enjoy a wide array of luxurious amenities reserved exclusively for residents, including a private roof top resort-style pool with private cabanas and fire pit lounge, a Residents’ Club Room with catering kitchen and club bar, a Casual News Room, and a state-of-the-art Fitness Center.
100 Las Olas is the only for sale condominium in downtown and is just 10 minutes from the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport. The Sales Gallery is open daily at 200 Las Olas Boulevard and features a full-scale architectural model and designer kitchen. To schedule a private appointment, please call 954.800.6263.