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By Lauren Hill | October 31 2018
When this hotel and residential development is complete, guests and residents alike will be able to enjoy the service and facilities Four Seasons is known for on a stretch of Fort Lauderdale coast where sandy shores meet the Atlantic Ocean. Designed by the award-winning architect Kobi Karp—with London-based designer Tara Bernerd responsible for the interiors and hospitality designer Martin Brudnizki behind the property’s restaurants and pool areas—the 22-story oceanfront property will have 90 residences (including four penthouses), in addition to its guest suites, spa, restaurants and oceanfront terrace featuring pool bar.Within its 5,832 sq ft, Penthouse 2201 will have four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a two-story ocean-view great room, spacious living and dining areas and a library, with more space out on the rooftop terrace featuring hot tub and summer kitchen. Expect to see lots of greenery thanks to landscape designer Fernando Wong who is incorporating palms and native plants into the shared areas.