Neonatal doctor sells Coral Gables estate for $12M

The home was sold for $1,060 psf

TRD MIAMI /
Mar.March 20, 2019 10:30 AM

211 Arvida Parkway (Credit: Google Maps)

A South Florida neonatal doctor sold a waterfront Coral Gables estate for $11.9 million.

Dr. Alberto Taño and his wife, Debra, sold their 11,223-square-foot mansion at 211 Arvida Parkway for $1,060 per square foot, records show. Real estate investor David A. Perez and his wife Aglyn bought the home.

The Taños bought the property for $3.3 million in 2003 and completed building the house in 2007, records show. It has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Dr. Taño is a neonatologist who has worked as the director of multiple neonatal units in South Florida. He specializes in treating high-risk and prematurely born babies. He is also the medical director of Kidz Medical Services, a pediatric multi-specialty practice.

Nearby at 41 Arvida Parkway, a 14,000-square-foot Coral Gables estate is listed for $68 million and will head to auction this week. The estate will be auctioned by Concierge Auctions, said Marc Hameroff, who has the listing with Lourdes Alatriste. Both work for Engel & Völkers Miami.


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