Like father, like son: Harrison LeFrak joins dad at Four Seasons Surf Club

Richard, Harrison and Jamie LeFrak all have Miami-area homes

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Aug.August 21, 2019 12:30 PM
Harrison LeFrak and the Four Seasons Residences at the Surf Club (Credit: Getty Images)

Harrison LeFrak and the Four Seasons Residences at the Surf Club (Credit: Getty Images)

Harrison LeFrak is the latest family member to buy a home in South Florida.

LeFrak’s Collins Surf Apartment LLC paid $10.1 million for penthouse 11 in the south tower of the Four Seasons Residences at the Surf Club, according to property records. The developer, an affiliate of Fort Partners, sold the 3,297-square-foot unit in Surfside.

Harrison LeFrak is a vice chairman at LeFrak, a New York-based real estate development company founded and led by chairman and CEO Richard LeFrak. Richard LeFrak’s two sons, Harrison and Jamie, both work at the family-owned company.

At the Surf Club, Harrison will be joining his father, who, using the same LLC, paid $9.7 million for penthouse 4B in the south tower. Harrison LeFrak’s unit was formerly known as unit 4A, which means it is likely next to his father’s.

In all, the Surf Club, designed by New York architect Richard Meier along with Miami-based architect Kobi Karp, includes 150 condo units, a 72-room Four Seasons hotel, a Le Sirenuse restaurant and a Thomas Keller restaurant. It was completed in 2017 at 9001 and 9011 Collins Avenue. Other unit owners include former Esquirer publisher Alan Greenberg, former Publix CEO Charles Jenkins Jr., billionaire real estate and casino tycoon Neil Bluhm, and Groupon founder Eric Lefkofsky.

In January, private equity firm founder Doug Kimmelman paid $35 million for a penthouse, which marked the priciest sale to date at the luxury development.

In Miami-Dade County, LeFrak co-developed 1 Hotel & Homes with Barry Sternlicht, and is working on co-developing SoleMia, a $4 billion mixed-use development in North Miami, with the the Soffer family of Aventura.

About a year ago, Richard LeFrak sold his three-bedroom unit at the Setai in Miami Beach to French DJ and music producer David Guetta for $9.5 million.

And earlier this year, Jamie LeFrak, also a vice chairman at LeFrak, purchased the spec mansion at 4567 Pine Tree Drive for $19.6 million.


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