Flying Over Richard Meier’s Surf Club Four Seasons in a Drone
The combo historic and contemporary Surf Club Four Seasons is nearing completion in the heart of Surfside since its topping-off over a year ago. As you can see in our latest drone video, the new condominium and hotel towers, which were designed by Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design in collaboration with starchitect Richard Meier, have been entirely glazed, while significant exterior and landscaping work remains on the lower floors as well as the exterior of the historic, Russell Pancoast-designed private club structure at the heart of the project. Meanwhile, across A1A, the inland side of the project (the low-rise contemporary block) appears virtually complete. The whole thing should be done this winter.
The project will include an 80 room Four Seasons Hotel as well as two 12-story residential towers, which Real Deal reported in June were 80% sold out. Unit prices range from $3.4 million to $18 million, and top out at more than 7,000 square feet in size. Meanwhile, Fort Partners, the developer, is obviously happy with its starchitect. They’ve kept Meier on to design the two residential towers they have proposed to build over the Miami Beach Marina in South Beach.