Four Seasons to Brand Fort Capital’s Luxury Oceanfront Mixed-Use Project

Fort Capital, has entered an agreement with Four Seasons to brand and manage The Surf Club, a luxury mixed-use property currently under construction on 9-acres of surfside land that Fort Capital acquired in 2012. Development started on the buildings in fall 2013 with Coastal Construction serving as general contractor. The project is on schedule to be completed in early 2016.

Fort Capital has entered an agreement with Four Seasons to brand and manage The Surf Club, a luxury mixed-use property currently under construction on 9-acres of surfside land that Fort Capital acquired in 2012. Development started on the buildings in fall 2013 with Coastal Construction serving as general contractor. The project is on schedule to be completed in early 2016.

The project includes a state-of-the-art hotel as well as a luxury residential component, both designed by Richard Meier & Partners and KKAID. Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club will have approximately 80 rooms, and incorporate a historic Russell Pancoast-designed building. The Surf Club Four Seasons Private Residences will comprise 150 homes and penthouses in two 12-story towers, ranging from 1,200 to 8000 square feet in size. The residences with up to 20-foot ceiling heights, floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors feature 12-foot-deep terraces.

CEO of Fort Capital Nadim Achi is confident regarding the partnership with Four Seasons, highlighting that as a result of the collaboration the facility will consistently deliver the highest caliber of service.

“Their expertise, track-record and fully-integrated bespoke service will provide owners and guests with an unmatched lifestyle of luxury and ease. Richard Meier & Partners in association with KKAID have created buildings which will become iconic additions to the Surfside landscape,” Achi says.

Besides the hotel and the two residential towers, the 965 feet of Atlantic oceanfront will include two restaurants, four swimming pools and a spa and fitness center.  40 beach cabanas, a park and oceanside gardens are also part of the plan.

Rendering courtesy of Fort Capital