Four Seasons Hotel & Tower
Structure in general
- The building contains over 20 various types of finishes, including imported Italian marble, imported stones, and floor to ceiling glazed glass.
- The tower is supported by caissons six feet in diameter that run 140 feet deep, which is about 40 feet into bedrock.
- A verified height of exactly 788' 9" makes the tower the tallest US building south of Atlanta and tallest US residential building south of New York City in 2003.
- Occupancy of the residences began in August 2003 and the hotel held its grand opening October 1, 2003.
- The building includes 200,000 ft² of office space and a 45,000 ft² fitness and spa facility.
- In addition to guest rooms for the Four Seasons Hotel, the building also contains 184 condominiums and 84 condo/hotel units.
- The Four Seasons is the tallest building in Florida.
- The reinforced concrete structure incorporates core shear walls, post-tensioned slabs and perimeter columns. Spans between columns reach 40 feet.
- The entrance lobby features a 24-meter (80-foot) waterfall.
- Floors 30 through 40 house hotel residences, which range in size from 600 square feet to 2,000 square feet.
- Floors 40 through 70 of the building house the residential units, which range in size from 1,697 square feet to 6,603 square feet.
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Features & Amenities
- One of the city's famous buildings