ICON Las Olas luxury rental building in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale is located on the former site of the Hyde Park Market along the new river. Icon Las Olas will grace the Fort Lauderdale skyline 43 floors plus rooftop amenity deck on the 44th.
Towering 455 feet above the streets will make Icon Las Olas one of the tallest buildings in Fort Lauderdale. 272 prestigious units will begin from the 9th floor. 7 floors of parking with the 8th, dedicated to the building amenities. The first floor will be designated for 15,000 sq.ft of retail space, including 2 world-class restaurants. One will be located on the south side along the New River and the other, facing Las Olas Blvd.
Icon Las Olas features spectacular apartment residences with dramatic views of the city along with spacious designs of up to 2,000 square feet or more.
Icon Las Olas rental building, at 44 stories will feature some of the most astonishing panoramas in all of Fort Lauderdale. Icon Las Olas, in Fort Lauderdale will be equipped with floor-to-ceiling impact-resistant windows. Each unit will feature 10 foot ceilings, top of the line appliances, imported Italian cabinets with granite counter-tops. A rooftop Jacuzzi, oval-shaped infinity edge swimming pool, fitness center and a wine cellar are just some amenities at Icon Las Olas.
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