Dot com millionaire sells Ocean Ridge waterfront house for $5.6M

John Ferber sold the house to his next-door neighbor for $1,641 psf

TRD MIAMI /
Jan.January 11, 2019 09:45 AM

John Ferber and 6009 Old Ocean Boulevard (Credit: Realtor)

The founder of advertising.com just sold his Ocean Ridge waterfront home for $5.6 million.

John Ferber and his wife Jenna sold their 3,388-square-foot house at 6009 Old Ocean Boulevard for $1,641 per square foot, records show. Eugene Tenenbaum, who owns the property next door, bought the four-bedroom, four-bathroom home.

The Ferbers had paid $5.5 million for the property in 2015. The two-story house was built in 2000, according to Zillow.

Ferber founded advertising.com in the mid 1990’s and sold it to AOL in 2004 for $435 million, according to media reports. He’s worked with a number of startups and advertising companies since then, including Videology, an advertising software company based in New York City.

Ocean Ridge is a small town adjacent to Boynton Beach with a population of about 1,700. In July, the CEO and founder of Freedom Mortgage Corporation Stanley Middleman paid $19.9 million for a waterfront home in Ocean Ridge at 6161 North Ocean Boulevard.


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