Welcome to Point of Americas
Overlooking the ocean and the river, amenity-filled living in a location like few others.
Where the Stranahan River meets the ocean and where classic-meets-lux condo living thrives.
The spectrum of lux living awaits at one of Fort Lauderdale’s most steadfast and bedazzled communities. Constructed in 1970s, Point of Americas consist of two buildings – 2100 South Ocean Lane and 2200 South Ocean Lane. Geographically, the community is tucked directly on the Atlantic Ocean and at the entrance to Port Everglades – southeast of where SE 17th Street becomes Seabreeze Boulevard along Fort Lauderdale Beach.
In total, there are 578 condo units within Point of Americas, ranging in size from 1,100 to 2,500-plus square feet. There are 15 floor plans available spanning one bedroom to “sky estate” expansiveness. And, yes, the views are totally spectacular, accented that much more by it sitting directly on the access where the Stranahan River meets the ocean. If waterfront views with stellar amenities are at the top of the list, let’s keep reading on Point of Americas.
What to Love
- A diversity of floor plan options spanning one-bedroom to a “sky estate” layout.
- Exclusive beach cabana access
- Electric vehicle charging
- Hotel-like suites for guests
One of the most lux condos in one of Fort Lauderdale’s most exclusive neighborhoods? That’s the vibe here. Originally constructed in the early 1970s, the majority of units have been tastefully updated and modernized through the years. Units include sweeping windows and terraces for watching the yachts and cruise ships rolling into Port Everglades, assigned parking and a hook-up for washer and/or dryer units.
Dining, Entertainment, Shopping
Point of Americas is within minutes to a number of Fort Lauderdale’s top shopping, entertainment and dining destinations.
West of the complex and over the 17th Street Bridge, you’ll find the Harbordale complex. Anchored by a Publix, TJ Maxx and Total Wine and More, it is home to the popular Press and Grind Café and Carlos & Pepe’s Mexican restaurant.
Just north of Harbordale is the Southport shopping center, with a Ross, Gyroville and the original outpost of Fort Lauderdale’s most famous hoagie shop, Laspada’s. Tucked just behind the complex and on a canal is Southport Raw Bar & Restaurant, home to fresh oysters, clams, shrimp and more.
Beyond the Harbordale Publix, there is a Winn-Dixie tucked on Cordova Road at SE 26th Street and a Whole Foods Market at the intersection of US-1 / Federal Highway and Southeast 17th Street.
Things to Do
Schools serving Point of Americas includes: