Surfside immediately south of Bal Harbour, The Surf
Club Four Seasons Private Residences combines the
elegant, purposeful architecture of Pritzker Prizewinner
Richard Meier, the luxurious, bespoke lifestyle
offered by Four Seasons, and the unique provenance
of the legendary Surf Club. The result—two 12-story
residential buildings comprising 157 homes situated
between the ocean and the bay, flanking an intimate
Four Seasons hotel—offers the opportunity to live close
to the energy of Miami Beach while enjoying the low-key
elegance of a more gracious age.
Since its creation as a private social club in 1930, The
Surf Club has played an important role in the cultural
history of South Florida as a nexus for the most
exceptional personalities of the era, from scions of
industrial fortunes to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor,
Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, and Elizabeth Taylor.
The original club’s historical landmark structure, a
Russell Pancoast-designed Mediterranean villa replete
with ballrooms, bathing cabanas, and the legendary
Peacock Alley loggia, will be preserved within Meier’s
new architectural design.