The Four Seasons Condominium is one of Ft. Lauderdale’s most traditional addresses. Offering an unparalleled lifestyle, luxury living is just steps away from the trendy Las Olas shops and restaurants, the Intracoastal Waterway and Ft. Lauderdale beach.
Located in the quiet Intercoastal neighborhood of Idlewyld, The Four Seasons Condominium is surrounded by million-dollar homes, residential tree-lined streets, and sits on Sunset Lake,- a natural lake with direct Intracoastal Waterway access.
Whether you enjoy dining on Las Olas or walking to the beach, whether you want to kayak and paddleboard on Sunset Lake and the canals from its private dock, or just swim a few laps in the pool, or whether you want to enjoy the breathtaking sunsets every evening from tranquility of your own unit, you’ll find it all here at the Four Seasons. Your home at the Four Seasons Condominium offers you all of this and more.
HISTORY OF THE FOUR SEASONS CONDOMINIUM
The Four Seasons Condominium was designed by Florida Architect William Crawford. Initially conceived as co-operative apartments, the Four Seasons became a luxury rental building and then eventually transformed into Fort Lauderdale’s first condominium residence. Originally conceived with a more “space age” exterior design, this was discarded in favor of the mid-century modern look that the building has today. The building features 8 units per floor on 11 floors, outside walkways to the units overlooking Sunset Lake, plus a spacious lobby with full time doormen and an inviting mezzanine level / Photo Gallery.
Situated on Sunset Lake, just steps from Las Olas Boulevard and the surrounding Isles, the Four Seasons Condominium has been home to many notables, both past, and present. Many may remember two of its earliest occupants, Academy Award-winning actress Susan Hayward, as well as the Andrews Sisters, a best-selling female vocal group.
Some of the color photographs on the mezzanine level / Photo Gallery at the Four Seasons Condominium were taken from the original promotional pictures of the building, which refer to the Four Seasons as “Fort Lauderdale’s finest address”. Other black and white photos are from the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society and date back to 1919, showing the area before there was any development!
Long-time Fort Lauderdale residents and visitors will remember the grand haute-cuisine restaurant Le Dome, which occupied the top floor of the building for more than 30 years. A copy of the original menu is available on the mezzanine level / Photo Gallery. As times changed and people’s tastes changed, the restaurant would eventually close and it is now a residential unit. In those days, LeDome would deliver fine dining right to the owner’s door and cater private social gatherings.
As the Photo Gallery attests, the Four Seasons Condominium still stands out today as one of Fort Lauderdale’s finest addresses. With a stunning architectural design, spacious units, and privileged location, the Four Seasons Condominium is truly a modern classic.