Medical app mogul buys non-waterfront Miami Beach spec house for $5M

Modern home is the second non-waterfront Miami Beach house to trade for $5M or more this month

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Sep.September 27, 2021 10:30 AM
Allon Bloch and the North Meridian Avenue property (Bloch via LinkedIn, Sabal Development)

Allon Bloch and the North Meridian Avenue property (Bloch via LinkedIn, Sabal Development)

For the second time this month, a non-waterfront Miami Beach home traded for $5 million or more.

Allon Bloch, CEO and co-founder of medical application maker K Health, and Allison Nicole Bloch paid $5 million for the spec house at 2035 North Meridian Avenue, according to a Sabal Development press release.

K Health is among the most downloaded medical applications for smartphones with more than four million users. Bloch previously was CEO of Vroom, a large online car retailer based in the U.S.; co-CEO of Wix, a leading website publishing platform; and CEO of mySupermarket, a digital platform that allows consumers to shop for the best prices on groceries, according to an online bio.

2035 Meridian LLC, an entity managed by Sabal Development founder Pascal Nicolai, is the seller of the 4,583-square-foot modern home. In 2016, Nicolai’s entity bought the 10,400-square-foot lot for $1.3 million and a year later obtained permits to build a new house on the property, according to records.

Sandra Rodriguez of Luxe Capital Realty represented the seller and Morgan Blittner of Brown Harris Stevens represented the buyers.

Recently, former NFL player Orlandus Andre Branch III sold his non-waterfront 4,493-square-foot house at 4535 Nautilus Court in Miami Beach for $6.3 million.

The Blochs’ new luxury custom home is directly across from the public Miami Beach Golf Club. It features five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and one half-bathroom with an attached two-car garage, according to the release.

Designed by Urban Robot with interiors by TOGU Design, the home has floor-to-ceiling high-impact windows, retractable glass doors, kitchen appliances by Miele and countertops by Quartzforms. The property also has an infinity pool surrounded by landscaping, as well as a rooftop lounge area offering golf course views.

In May, Sabal Development sold a waterfront estate at 135 Palm Avenue in Miami Beach’s Palm Island for $29.5 million to venture capital investor Ben Ling and front-end web developer Chris Coudron. In 2016, Sabal paid $9 million for that lot at 135 Palm Avenue.





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