Brazilian former soccer star sells Mansions at Acqualina unit

Rogério Ceni, considered one of the country’s best goalkeepers, made about $130k on the unit

TRD MIAMI /
Jun.June 11, 2018 03:30 PM

Rogerio Ceni and Mansions at Acqualina unit 2901

Former Brazilian soccer player Rogério Ceni sold his Mansions at Acqualina unit in Sunny Isles Beach.

Ceni, who won 20 major titles over his 25-year career and is considered one of the best Brazilian goalkeepers in history, is now manager of Fortaleza, a soccer club based in Ceara, Brazil.

Property records show Ceni controls RBCH Holdings LLC, which sold unit 2901 at 17749 Collins Avenue for $6.13 million. Ceni’s company paid about $6 million for the unit when the Trump Group completed the 47-story, 76-unit tower in 2015. That means he made about $130,000 on the unit.

Roberta Ingletto of Concierge Realty Brokers represented Ceni, who she declined to name. Cervera Real Estate’s Karine Carvalho brought the buyer, a Portuguese investor. Carvalho could not immediately be reached for comment.

The four-bedroom, 4,849-square-foot unit sold for $1,264 per square foot. It hit the market in July for just under $7 million, and was last listed for $6.7 million, according to Redfin.

In March, a New York hedge fund executive paid $17 million, or more than $2,100 a foot, for a full-floor penthouse at Mansions. The developer, led by Jules and Eddie Trump, is building the Estates at Acqualina, north of Mansions at Acqualina and Acqualina Resort & Spa.


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