Ticket Clinic founder Mark Gold sold his waterfront Miami Beach home for $21 million, a price that equates to about 210,000 speeding citations handled by the law firm.
Gold sold the six-bedroom, 8,130-square-foot mansion at 108 West Rivo Alto Drive to 108 WRA, a Delaware company managed by developer Keith Menin, property records show.
The buyer financed the purchase with a $12 million loan from Goldencloud Capital LLC.
The Venetian Islands house, built in 2020, sits on a 15,750-square-foot lot. Gold paid nearly $2 million for the property in 2003 and transferred ownership to a Delaware corporation that he manages in 2018, records show.
Gold founded his law firm in 1987, and the Miami-based company is one of the largest firms handling traffic offenses, suspended license cases and DUIs. The Florida firm also operates in California and Georgia, according to its website.
Menin, a principal of Menin Hospitality, has been buying and renovating homes in Miami Beach in recent years.
Dora Puig of Luxe Living Realty represented the buyer and seller of the Rivo Alto home. She declined to comment on the deal.
The home was designed by Choeff Levy Fischman, and sold unfurnished.
The property features a roof deck, balconies, a negative edge pool with water features, a chef’s kitchen, summer kitchen and bar, and a concrete dock and boat life. It was on the market for just under $22 million.
Menin was recently hired by venture capitalist Shervin Pishevar, an early investor in Uber and Airbnb, to redevelop his Miami Beach mansion at 4647 Pine Tree Drive, with plans to list it for $35 million.
The inventory of luxury waterfront homes on the Venetians and throughout Miami Beach has been shrinking over the past year.
The seller of the waterfront home at 10 West San Marino Drive recently flipped the house for $23.5 million, four months after buying it for $20.4 million.