Hyatt Hotels’ former president sells Apogee condo in South Beach for $8M

Unit sold for $2,721 psf

Miami /
Mar.March 03, 2021 05:30 PM
Ed & Jackie Rabin and the Apogee Condos. (Getty, Apogee)

Ed and Jackie Rabin and the Apogee condos (Getty, Apogee)

The former president of Hyatt Hotels Corp. sold his South Beach condo for $7.5 million.

Edward “Ed” W. Rabin, individually and as trustee of a trust in his name, and Jacquelyn “Jackie” Tyler Rabin sold unit 1103 at Apogee, at 800 South Pointe Drive in Miami Beach, to Donald Gaiter and Gloria M. Gutierrez, according to records.

Ed Rabin served as president of Hyatt Hotels Corp. until 2006. He had worked there since 1969. After retiring from Hyatt, he joined the board of directors of Sally Beauty Holdings, according to its website.

Gloria Gutierrez is executive vice president and corporate counsel of Burlington, Massachusetts-based commercial real estate firm The Gutierrez Company. She joined the company in 1999 and has held her current position since 2006, according to the company’s website.

The Rabins bought the condo in 2008 for $3.8 million, records show. The unit was listed in January for $7.9 million.

The unit sold for $2,721 per square foot, marking the most expensive condo sale of the week in Miami-Dade County, according to condos.com.

Stacy Robins of Stacy Robins Companies represented the sellers, and Dan Hechtkopf with Douglas Elliman represented the buyers.

Property records show the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom unit spans 2,756 square feet with ocean views. According to the listing, it has been converted into a two-bedroom unit. The condo also has a terrace with an outdoor kitchen and comes with two-and-a-half parking spaces.

Designed by Sieger-Suarez, Apogee was built by the Related Group in 2007. The condo building has 68 units throughout 22 stories.

Last month, Jim Pulaski, a former hedge fund manager, bought a unit at Apogee for $12.2 million. In 2019, a trust tied to Chicago’s Crown family bought a unit for $11.3 million.





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