Top Hillary Clinton aide buys second Surf Club condo for $19M

Beth and Ronald Dozoretz paid $7.4 million for a unit at the luxury condo building last year

Aug.August 02, 2018 03:30 PM

photo of Beth and Ronald Dozoretz and Four Seasons Residences at the Surf Club

A former top Hillary Clinton aide and her husband just bought their second unit at the Four Seasons Residences at the Surf Club for $19 million.

Beth and Ronald Dozoretz purchased unit S1001 at the south tower of the 150-unit luxury condo development at 9001 Collins Avenue in Surfside. The purchase comes just a year after the Dozoretzes bought a unit in the north tower for $7.4 million.

Their new condo totals 6,429 square feet, which equates to a price of $2,955 per square foot. The unit has four bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms.

Beth Dozoretz was formerly the finance chair of the Democratic National Committee. In the 2004 presidential race, she served as finance co-chair for the John Kerry campaign, and also served in the same capacity in 2008 for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Her husband, Ronald is the CEO of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania-based Genomind, a biotech company that developed a genetic test for mental illnesses.

The Surf Club has a number of high-profile residents at its condo towers, including the former publisher of Esquire Alan Greenberg, the former CEO of Publix Charles Jenkins Jr., and New York real estate developer Richard Ruben.

Fort Partners, led by Nadim Ashi, completed the luxury beachfront development in March 2017 and began recording closings that month. The project includes a 72-room hotel, a Le Sirenuse restaurant and a planned Thomas Keller restaurant. Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Meier, who was accused earlier this year of sexual harassment, and Kobi Karp designed the Surfside project, restoring the original Henry Firestone Club. The developer paid $116 million for the 9-acre site in 2012.

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