Surfside sits between Bal Harbour (to the north) and North Beach Miami (to the south).

Welcome to Surfside

A laid-back community off the coast of Miami with water activities and scenic views.
A residential beachside community, Surfside sits between Bal Harbour (to the north) and North Beach Miami (to the south). The town’s eastern border is Surfside Beach, a mile-long stretch of sparkling white sand. Many of Surfside’s 5,000-some residents live in the multistory condominiums that yield fantastic views of the Atlantic Ocean (height restrictions limit new developments to 12 stories). Even so, the community’s residential area represents a calm and sophisticated refuge for families, making Surfside ideal for first or second homes.

What to Love

  • Prestigious beach community
  • Quiet, walkable neighborhoods with single-family homes
  • Elegant oceanfront condos
  • Two-minute drive to Bal Harbour Shops
  • Convenient to Miami International Airport
  • Surfside Farmers Market (every Sunday)

Local Lifestyle

Surfside is a small community with a laid-back vibe, where residents can spend their days relaxing on the beach or exploring the area on surfboards, paddleboards and beach path. Surfside is an idyllic town with a slow pace, close to the hustle and bustle of the big city. It's a place where you can slow down, kick back, and enjoy the moment.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Surfside has many waterfront dining experiences with fresh coastal cuisine and stunning views. The Surf Club Restaurant is a luxury dining establishment in the Miami Club that pays tribute to the city's history and serves classic continental cuisine. Café Ragazzi is an intimate, romantic restaurant with a beautiful outdoor dining space. Prominent chefs have been featured in the kitchen to ensure the finest authentic Italian cuisine. Ragazzi has an extensive wine list with premier selections from France, Italy, Spain, Chile, Argentina, and California.
Lido Restaurant at the Surf Club is an oceanfront dining option with sophistication and style. The upscale eatery serves coastal Italian cuisine with fresh ingredients. 26 Sushi & Tapas is a vibrant dining spot, day or night. The restaurant serves Latin tapas transformed into sushi rolls with imaginative flavors and unique dishes. Meanwhile, Neya serves up unique cocktails to go along with Israeli cuisine featuring non-kosher Israeli dishes.

Things to Do

Surfside offers a range of experiences with a warm year-round climate, including hotel and resort amenities and services. Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club is a stunning oceanfront hotel with overnight accommodations and luxury amenities like upscale restaurants, swimming pools, a fitness center, and more. The club spa and wellness center is a calm and relaxing space that offers spa services and treatments like massages, facials, yoga classes, and meditation workshops.
96th Street Park is the community's main recreational area, including athletic fields, playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, and open lawns. Surfside Beach is a public beach with a private feel that has pristine beaches and scenic views with walking paths and water activities.


Miami Dade Public Schools proudly serves the Surfside community and more than 334,000 K-12 students and adult learners around the county. The district is the fourth-largest in the country and has traditional and charter schools, career centers, and technical schools. The A-rated district provides comprehensive academic and extracurricular activities to help students achieve personal and career goals. The surrounding area also has several highly-rated private institutions. Students may attend:
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Overview for Surfside, FL

5,665 people live in Surfside, where the median age is 41.5 and the average individual income is $40,475. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

41.5 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Surfside, FL

Surfside has 2,109 households, with an average household size of 2.69. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Surfside do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 5,665 people call Surfside home. The population density is 10,164.08 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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45.91 / 54.09%

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