The Surf Club, a nine-acre property on the Atlantic Ocean in Surfside, Florida, is going to reemerge in 2016 as a Four Seasons resort.
Upon completion, Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club will have approximately 80 rooms, and incorporate a historic Russell Pancoast-designed building. The Surf Club Four Seasons Private Residences will comprise 150 homes and penthouses in two 12-story towers.
The Richard Meier Signature Homes and Penthouses, ranging in size from 1,400 to almost 8,000 square feet, will offer residents views stretching from the Atlantic to downtown Miami, with interiors and finishes personally selected by Meier. The design for the buildings will use his visual vocabulary by featuring glass walls, big spaces, and elemental materials. This is Meier's first project in the Miami area.
The Surf Club was founded in 1930 by Harvey Firestone as a private membership club. It will soon join a portfolio of Four Seasons hotels, including the landmark Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris; the restored Palazzo and Giardino della Gherardesca at Four Seasons Hotel Firenze; and the Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg, housed in a restored 19th century palace.
The Surf Club has 965 feet of Atlantic oceanfront on a nine-acre site, which will incorporate the hotel; two residential towers; a private membership club; two restaurants; four swimming pools; a spa and fitness center; more than 40 beach cabanas; and a park and oceanside gardens.
For more information visit www.thesurfclub.com.