Acclaimed restaurateur Myles Chefetz lists his South Beach townhouse for $4.4M

Chefetz, who owns nearby restaurants Prime 112 and Prime Italian, is asking $1,840 per square foot for his townhouse at Three Hundred Collins, a condo that opened in June

Jan.January 19, 2019 01:00 PM

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The owner of South Beach restaurants Prime Italian and Prime 112 has listed his nearby townhouse on Collins Avenue for $4.4 million.

Myles Chefetz – who twice has been nominated for the Outstanding Restaurateur Award from the James Beard Foundation – listed his townhouse at Three Hundred Collins, a new condominium at 300 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, with an asking price that equates to $1,840 per square foot.

The 2,397-square-foot townhouse, designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, has a large backyard with a kitchen.

The listing agents are Dina Goldentayer and Joseph Schafer of Douglas Elliman.

Other residents of Three Hundred Collins include clothing designer Anthony Thomas Melillo, owner of the ATM apparel label, who paid $2.025 million for Unit 4E in September.

Two cosmetics executives also own a residence at the 19-unit condominium, completed in June. Richard Ferretti, global creative director for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, and his husband James Gager, former global creative director for MAC Cosmetics and Jo Malone, paid $5.8 million for a 3,143-square-foot penthouse at Three Hundred Collins. [New York Post] – Mike Seemuth


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