Fitness expert and keto diet enthusiast Mark Sisson and his wife Carrie Sisson paid $13.25 million for a combined unit at Continuum in Miami Beach.
The couple paid $3,026 per square foot for the five-bedroom, 4,378-square-foot unit, which is among the most expensive price-per-foot sales at 100 South Pointe Drive.
Hadley Fisher, the son of the late Richard L. Fisher, of the Fisher Brothers development firm, sold unit 1106/1107.
Eloy Carmenate and Mick Duchon of Douglas Elliman represented Fisher, while Dora Puig of Luxe Living Realty brought the buyer.
Fisher renovated the condo with natural oak flooring, floating baseboards and ceilings, a Boffi kitchen and marble master bathroom and guest bathrooms. Deborah Wecselman designed the unit, which hit the market in December for $16.5 million.
In November, the Kraft Heinz Co. agreed to acquire Sisson’s Primal Nutrition LLC, a brand of condiments, sauces and dressings, for about $200 million.
In addition to writing books about fitness, health and nutrition, Sisson is also a food blogger, triathlete and Ironman competitor. His books include “The Keto Reset Diet,” “Primal Blueprint” and the “The 21-Day Total Body Transformation.”
Fisher paid $5.2 million for his Continuum unit in 2011, according to property records. The Continuum is undergoing an exterior renovation designed by ArquitectonicaGEO. The development was built by Ian Bruce Eichner’s Continuum Co. in the early 2000s.
Fisher is part of the third generation of his family, a major East Coast developer based in New York.