A unit at Four Seasons at The Surf Club has sold for $8.7 million, a record $3,952 PSF for a non-penthouse unit. Residence #S705 sold is a 2 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom direct oceanfront residence which spans 2,201 SF. The residence was furnished with built-in shades, closets, travertine flooring, Richard Meier-designed kitchens by Boffi, Sub Zero & Miele appliances, gas cooktop, millwork & cabinetry throughout designed by the famed interior designer. Joelle Oiknine with ONE Sotheby’s International Realty represented the sellers and Jackie Dickstein represented the buyer.
The Surf Club has been an integral part of the cultural history of Miami Beach since its inception as a private social club founded by Harvey Firestone in the 1930s. Located at 9001 Collins Ave, the redevelopment of The Surf Club was led by Nadim Ashi’s Fort Partners and broke ground in March 2014. Four Seasons at The Surf Club sits on 9-acres with 965’ of direct beachfront on the Atlantic Ocean. The building features a 77 room Four Seasons hotel and 150 private residences across 3 glass towers, 2 of which are residential and 1 hotel. The newly restored development also includes full five-star amenities including oceanfront dining, spa, gym, shopping, private and hotel pools, and beautifully landscaped gardens.