The CEO of UnitedHealth Group in Brazil just closed on another luxury condo in South Florida.
Signature Mansion Corp., a company controlled by Claudio Lottenberg, paid $6.43 million for unit 3601 at Jade Signature in Sunny Isles Beach. Fortune International Group completed the 57-story, 192-unit tower at 16901 Collins Avenue earlier this year.
Lottenberg became president of the health care company in 2016, according to published reports. He also created Lotten Eyes, a chain of São Paulo eye clinics, and sold it to UnitedHealth that year for about $200 million.
In September, Lottenberg and his wife, Ida Sztamfater, paid $10.7 million for a condo at Fendi Château Residences in Surfside.
His Jade Signature unit has five bedrooms and 4,738 square feet of interior space, plus a nearly 1,500 square terrace, according to marketing materials.
The Sunny Isles building opened in January at 96 percent sold. Remaining units start at $4.8 million and 3,312 square feet and penthouses range from $14.2 million to $32.9 million. Buyers include Brazilian soccer pro Douglas Costa.