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Tour the record-breaking Miami Beach penthouse that sold for $10.2M

The buyer is a musician/actor

The penthouse at the W South Beach
The penthouse at the W South Beach
Courtesy of the Miami Lifestyle Team at Compass/Photos by Daniel Petroni Photography

It’s been an active spring for the W South Beach.

A few weeks after Zaha Hadid’s sleek residence hit the market asking $10 million, the penthouse atop the swanky Miami Beach hotel sold for $10.2 million. At $3,502 per square foot, the residence set the 2017 high for a Miami-Dade condo sale, according to listing agents Farid Moussallem and Miltiadis Kastanis, both of the Miami Lifestyle Team at Compass, Miami Beach.

The buyer has been revealed as Sir Ivan Wilzig, according to the SFBJ, which notes he’s a musician who has starred on several reality TV shows, including Who Wants to Be a Superhero? He was represented by Luis Gonell of Engel & Voelkers.

The stunning 2,912-square-foot residence offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and dreamy views of both downtown Miami and the ocean from its near-3,000-square-foot rooftop deck. The latter features a private lap pool, hot tub, and lounge area overlooking the beach.

Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, interior details include quartz counters, marble bathrooms, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, a Crestron smart home system, and Lutron lighting.

The unit was previously asking $15 million (over $5,000 per square foot).

And the new owner:

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