Canadian entertainment agency CEO pays record $5M for Hallandale Beach home
Sale beats previous record of $4M for Tamarind Drive home in 2019
UPDATED, Jan. 4, 11 a.m.: Developer Sady Chocron sold a nearly completed waterfront home in Hallandale Beach for $4.8 million, setting a record for residential sales in the Broward County city.
Chocron’s 500 Oleander Drive LLC sold the Golden Isles home at 500 Oleander Drive to Paul Vickers, the CEO of Canada-based Penny Lane Entertainment, according to property records.
The home was listed for $5.1 million with Alan Chocron of Douglas Elliman. Scott Eric Klein of Insignia International Properties and Michel Bitton from Compass represented Vickers. The previous record in Hallandale was set by the $4 million sale of 400 Tamarind Drive in 2019.
Chocron paid $1.2 million for the Oleander Drive lot in 2016. Construction started in 2018.
The 6,000-square-foot house includes seven bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms, a two-car garage, a pool, 100-foot dock and 240 feet of water frontage.
Last year, Chocron filed plans for a live-work mixed-use building in Miami’s Morningside neighborhood.