Four Seasons Surf Club Residences EB-5


In 2017, the Four Seasons Hotel & Residences at the Surf Club (Phase I) located in Miami, Florida opened its doors; a seamless blend of the heritage and glamour of the original Surf Club from the 1930s and the renowned quiet elegance of the Four Seasons brand. It has gone on to become one of the most successful Four Seasons hotels in the world and one of the most sought-after and exclusive addresses on the world-renowned Miami beachfront.

On the heels of this success, the Four Seasons Surf Club Residences (Phase II) has been launched; an ultra-luxury beachfront condominium project, as an extension of the existing Four Seasons Hotel & Residence. Once complete, the project will consist of 53 units housed in 2 towers directly north and 1 tower directly south of the existing property.

This best-in-class project is being developed by Fort Partners, a Miami based privately held real estate and hospitality development firm and one of the leading developers and owners of Four Seasons properties around the world.

This EB-5 offering is raising up to $132 million from 165 discerning investors. Read on to find out more about this EB-5 investment opportunity.


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$48 Million Surfside Penthouse Is Most Expensive U.S. Home Sold So Far in 2024 (April 24, 2024)

“Pure elegance awaits” inside the Surf Club penthouse.

As luxury home prices rose across the country, the $48 million purchase of a decked-out, three-level oceanfront Surfside penthouse was the most expensive U.S. home sale recorded in the first quarter of 2024, according to a new report by real estate website Redfin. Luxury home prices climbed nine percent year over year — twice the rate of non-luxury prices — while the luxury home supply increased by 13 percent, a record spike, according to Redfin.

Miami-Dade County Condo Sales Report in February

The February condo sales report for the Miami-Dade area was recently released.  Here are the key points from the report:
• Sales Surge: Total sales amounted to $559 million, a significant increase from $466 million in January, with 704 units sold compared to 598 in the previous month.
• Priciest Sale: The most expensive sale was at Four Seasons Residences at the Surf Club, unit S-901 in Surfside, which sold for $24 million.


Formerly Greystone EB5 Southeast RC, the regional center was designated by USCIS on August 6, 2013. In October 2022, the regional center changed its name to EB5 Southeast RC.

The principal of the regional center is a highly successful and lifelong entrepreneur, real estate developer and professional financier.

He co-founded and served as Managing Partner of Extell New York Regional Center in 2011, providing financial support for many construction projects being developed by Extell, New York City’s most active real estate developer. Through this regional center, he successfully raised nearly $1B in EB-5 funds for multiple landmark projects in New York.


Founded in 2003, a leading EB-5 sponsor in the industry.

Bridges the gap between well capitalized developers & HNW clients seeking US green card.

Funded over $1.5B+ in U.S., Canada and RCBI programs.

$400MM+ in EB-5 capital raised since 2012.

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Four Seasons Surf Club Residences EB-5


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