Early Wynwood broker Larry Mizrach dies

Mizrach sold the Goldman family more than 20 properties in the early 2000s

Sep.September 19, 2017 11:30 AM

Larry Mizrach

Early Wynwood investor and broker Larry Mizrach of Mizrach Realty Associates died at 85.

Mizrach sold the Goldman family more than 20 properties in the early 2000s, which then led to the neighborhood’s revival and transformation into the trendy Wynwood Arts District. His clients also included the Rubell family, according to his former business partner, Danny Zelonker.

Mizrach got his start in real estate working for Audrey Ross, Zelonker said. He later opened his eponymous commercial real estate firm in 2000, according to an obituary published in the Miami Herald.

He closed his company’s Wynwood office last year, and died in his sleep earlier this month.

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