Las Olas Isles has a musical ring, as do the name of the islands that compose this multiple waterfront property area where all homes are waterfront properties. How about Isle of Palms, Royal Plaza Drive, Coral Way, San Marco, Lido, Coconut Isles, Bontona Ave., and the combination of Isle of Capri and Mola?
Drive through this neighborhood and enjoy some of Florida's best tropical landscape designs by award winning landscape designer, Luis Llenza.
Many homes date back to the '30s. They have been updated, yet maintain their early character, according to Jeanne Glenn, with the Las Olas Isles Homeowner's Association. There is proximity to the beaches as well as wonderful Las Olas Boulevard's shopping area, the Broward Theatre of Performing Arts and the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art.
Although some multi-dwellings and low-rise condominiums line Las Olas Boulevard, the community maintains a single-family dwelling profile.
The Homeowner's Association consists of 300 member households. The president of the association believes the addition of a security patrol in Las Olas Isles helps ensure homeowner security.The Association also has been diligently fighting to get power lines placed underground. Congressman Clay Shaw was instrumental in getting Florida Power & Light to bury the lines and remove the unsightly concrete poles along Las Olas Boulevard. It truly has improved the look and street appeal of Las Olas Boulevard.