The new Surf Club Condominium & Hotel Resort in Surfside, Miami Beach will soon be breaking ground for the restoration and renovations of the original historic oceanfront Surfside Surf Club property with the addition of 2 luxury condominium towers and a luxury hotel managed by the Four Seasons. New designs for the club's expansion, which will include an 80 room hotel, 150 oceanfront condo units, and 24 units on the other side of Collins Avenue.
The historic and iconic Surf Club in Surfside was built in 1929 and designed by archtect Russell Pancoast. This previously private club sits on 6 acres on the ocean side with 815 feet of oceanfront and just under 3 acres on the west side of Collins Ave. Over the last 80+ years, the membership and visitors to the Surf Club in Surfside, Miami Beach is a long list of who's who of the elite and many world famous figures.
As the original Miami Beach Surf Club has long been designated as a historic landmark, the additional development on the property will incorporate the original building with it's planned restoration and renovation, returning the existing Surf Club to it's original splendor. The newly restored club will also be upgraded with many new luxury features and amenities. As Surfside also has a strict 12-story height limit, the additional condominium towers and condo / hotel property will not tower over the existing property (as many other oceanfront hi-rises outside of Surfside can), but are designed to keep the original Surf Club as the center focal point for the new development.