After Two Decades, Icon Las Olas Opens
November 1, 2017

After Two Decades, Icon Las Olas Opens

After two decades of lawsuits and a housing bust and boom, Icon Las Olas, a 45-story, 272-unit tower from Related Group, finally opened in September.

Already the building is 60% rented, according to the developer, and it hosted a grand opening last week.  "Our partner bought the property in 1998," Related Group Vice President Patrick Campbell said. "We became involved in 2000." He has been working on…

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