Dora Puig buys waterfront Venetian Islands home next door to hers

Luxe Living Realty owner paid $9M for the two-story house

Miami /
May.May 07, 2021 02:30 PM
Dora Puig with the Venetian Islands home (Google Maps)

Dora Puig with the Venetian Islands home (Google Maps)

A top Miami Beach broker scooped up a waterfront Venetian Islands home next to hers for $9 million.

Property records show Dora Puig, broker and owner of Luxe Living Realty, purchased the property at 300 West Rivo Alto Drive through a trust in her name. The sellers were Mark Pickard and Kristina Brennan Pickard, who had owned the home since 2006.

Property records show Puig owns the double lot next door at 308 West Rivo Alto Drive, giving her control of a total of 0.8 acres, or 36,750 square feet of land.

The Rivo Alto island property she just purchased includes a five-bedroom, four-bathroom house on a nearly 0.4-acre lot. The two-story, 6,095-square-foot home was built in 1938 and was expanded throughout the years. It includes a pool and dock.

Puig, who declined to comment, represented herself and the sellers, according to Realtor.com.

The house previously sold in 2006 for $4.6 million.

Sales of luxury homes, especially on the waterfront, have skyrocketed since last year, leading to a huge drop in inventory. There are just over 320 homes on the market in Miami Beach, including 120 on the waterfront, according to Realtor.com.

On the Venetian Islands, recent deals include the $6.1 million sale of the home built in 1950 at 1335 North Venetian Way, the $13.5 million sale of the house next door at 1337 North Venetian Way, and the $25 million sale of 33 East Dilido Drive.





    Related Articles

    arrow_forward_ios
    Bain Capital's Paul Edgerley and Todd Glaser with 215 Indian Road (Bain Capital Private Equity, Google Maps, iStock)
    Todd Glaser flips Palm Beach home to Bain Capital adviser
    Todd Glaser flips Palm Beach home to Bain Capital adviser
    Finvarb's Ronny Finvarb and 1685 Washington Avenue (Finvarb Group, Google Maps, iStock)
    Finvarb JV scores $45M in financing for Miami Beach Thompson Hotel-anchored project
    Finvarb JV scores $45M in financing for Miami Beach Thompson Hotel-anchored project
    Stephen Ross, Miami Beach Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez, Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber and Frank Gehry with the Deauville Beach Resort (Wikipedia, Getty, Visit Florida, Related, Rosen Gonzalez)
    “Terrible precedent:” Commissioner leads fight over Steve Ross’ plan to buy and redevelop the historic Deauville
    “Terrible precedent:” Commissioner leads fight over Steve Ross’ plan to buy and redevelop the historic Deauville
    BH Properties' Steve Gozini and Vornado's Steven Roth with 1100 Lincoln Road (BH Properties, Getty, Google Maps)
    Steve Roth’s Vornado sells Lincoln Road building for $94M, nearly 30 percent less than it paid a decade ago
    Steve Roth’s Vornado sells Lincoln Road building for $94M, nearly 30 percent less than it paid a decade ago
    The apartment building at 1770 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach with Victory Investments Group CEO Anil Monga (Google Maps)
    Hotel Astor owner buys Miami Beach apartment building
    Hotel Astor owner buys Miami Beach apartment building
    Leon Patitsas, CEO of Atlas Maritime, and 225 North Hibiscus Drive in Miami Beach (LinkedIn/Leon Patitsas, Redfin)
    Shipping tycoon buys flipped waterfront Hibiscus Island teardown for $17.5M
    Shipping tycoon buys flipped waterfront Hibiscus Island teardown for $17.5M
    The lot where the Champlain Towers South once stood (Getty)
    Settlement in Surfside condo collapse now over $1B
    Settlement in Surfside condo collapse now over $1B
    Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, DJ Khaled, Trippie Redd, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Kodak Black (Getty, iStock, Illustration by Shea Monahan for the Real Deal)
    South Florida’s rapper resi market is super dope fire
    South Florida’s rapper resi market is super dope fire
    arrow_forward_ios

    The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

    Loading...