Bang Energy CEO buys Southwest Ranches home

Jack Owoc's company also recently closed on $35M purchase of new warehouse in Pembroke Pines

Feb.February 21, 2019 02:30 PM

Jack Owoc and 16720 Stratford Court

The CEO of energy drink company Bang Energy paid $7.7 million for a Southwest Ranches home.

Jack Owoc and his wife Meg Liz Owoc closed on the six-bedroom, six-bathroom home at 16720 Stratford Court and the adjacent 2.4-acre vacant lot. Property records show Landmark Custom Homes, led by developer Rick Bell, sold the estate and land next door.

The 11,400-square-foot mansion is in the gated community of Landmark Ranch Estates and features a pool, home theater, gourmet kitchen and master suite, according to the listing. Miguel Serrano of Douglas Elliman represented the seller and buyer. Elliman declined to comment on the buyer.

The couple announced their purchase on both of their Instagram accounts. According to Jack Owoc’s Instagram, he and his wife originally planned to buy another house but the builder “failed miserably and never completed the project and never met timelines and deadlines.”

Last week, Owoc posted that he closed on more than $42 million worth of new real estate. That includes Bang Energy parent company Vital Pharmaceuticals’ $35 million purchase of a new warehouse in Pembroke Pines. Vital Pharmaceuticals, known as VPX, manufactures and distributes sports nutrition supplements and performance beverages like Bang, Redline Energy Drink and Power Rush. It’s moving its headquarters from Weston to the new Pembroke Pines facility.

Southwest Ranches, a rural residential town in western Broward County, has been home to celebrities like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and athletes Karlos Dansby and Udonis Haslem. The heir of an IHOP restaurant chain founder recently listed his Southwest Ranches for $7.25 million.

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