Adagio on the Bay

Adagio on the Bay

1110 Seminole Drive, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Project Type

Residential Condo

Project Size

55,450 SF
6 Story
12 Units

Client Contact

Grupo Alco
Leonardo Coll


Garcia Stromberg GS4
Jorge Garcia

Project Role

Construction Manager at Risk

Project Details

Built along the Coral Bay in Fort Lauderdale, this boutique residential building includes 12 condominuims each with panoramic views of the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean. The building’s modern and elegant design features three different floor plans, an 8-slip private marina, relaxation pool with water treadmill, fitness center, private storage and two covered parking spaces per unit with electric vehicle charging outlets.

Each unit includes 10-foot ceiling heights, private elevators, expansive living room terraces with summer kitchens, European-styled kitchens with natural quartz countertops and stainless steel Gaggenau appliances, Grohe European fixtures, natural stone bathroom finishes with Duravit vanities, roman tubs and bidet, spacious walk-in closets and laundry room.

The 6 story structure, which is supported by 168 auger cast piles 14” in diameter drilled 50’ deep and 30 pile caps, consists of cast-in-place concrete with post- tensioned decks, concrete block and masonry infill, Coronado stone and stucco skin, floor-to-ceiling height impact windows and glass railings. Field crews carefully coordinated construction around adjacent residential buildings. As construction manager, Craft worked closely with the owner, architect and design consultants through a 6 month preconstruction period to ensure an on time and in budget completion. Craft also completed 6 custom unit buildouts in the building.

Leonardo Coll

Grupo Alco International

“Craft built our first condo in the United States in record time while also managing the custom buildouts of multiple units. The success of this project hinged on their team’s tireless efforts, focused attention to detail and ability to coordinate work in an active community.”