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Tour the redesigned W Fort Lauderdale’s new public spaces

Led by Meyer Davis Studio

A lounge/bar in the W
The Living Room inside the W Fort Lauderdale
Courtesy of W Fort Lauderdale

The W Fort Lauderdale has unveiled its redesigned common spaces after wrapping up the initial phase of a $55 million renovation.

Led by New York-based design house Meyer Davis Studio, the upgraded public spaces emit a modern nautical theme, featuring elements like wooden bases, sailing knots, naval camouflage, military-inspired strapping, and splashes of gold color. At the heart of the redesign is Living Room, a stylish indoor/outdoor lounge in the lobby.

“We’ve crafted an urban escape that stays true to Fort Lauderdale’s reputation as a laid-back beach town,” added Will Meyer, co-founder of Meyer Davis Studio. “The fresh and contemporary design is perfect for those in search of refined luxury living.”

All hotel rooms and residences in the Related Companies/Related Group development were upgraded as well with the next and final phase of the renovation consisting of a ballroom and an oceanfront restaurant by Stephen Starr, per the Fort Lauderdale Daily.

Check out the model residences here.

Living Room
Lobby
Sushi bar
Living Room’s outdoor patio
Conference room
WET on the roof