Richard Meier shows off designs for expansion of Surf Club in Miami

Rendering of Surf Club expansion (Inset: Richard Meier)
Rendering of Surf Club expansion (Inset: Richard Meier)

Starchitect Richard Meier has unveiled designs for the expansion of the Mediterranean-style 1930s-era social club known as Surf Club, Curbed reported.

The club — located at 9011 Collins Avenue in Miami — will feature an 80-room hotel, 150 oceanfront condominium units and 24 units on the other side of the building. The 8.7-acre property has 815 feet of unobstructed oceanfront. Meier, known for his work in New York and Los Angeles, is collaborating with Kobi Karp on the project.

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Fort Capital Management, which bought the property last fall, won the club members over with a $116 million acquisition plan that called for the development of a 285-unit condo hotel, spa, restaurant and specialty food shop, as previously reported.

There has been a dispute among active and inactive members of the club over who should receive a share of the sale money, the website said. [Curbed] Mark Maurer