Financier’s wife buys renovated waterfront Golden Beach house

Seller Abraham Vaisberg paid $3M for home in 2019

334 South Parkway
334 South Parkway (Google Maps)

The wife of a financier dropped $8.2 million on a newly renovated waterfront Golden Beach house.

Records show Jill Aronsky Fischer bought the house at 334 South Parkway from an LLC named for the address, managed by Abraham Vaisberg.

Lydia Eskenazi and Jonathan Bigelman of One Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing. They declined to comment on the deal.

Fischer married Brett Fischer in June 1997, the New York Times reported. The couple is based in Scarsdale, New York. Brett Fischer is a managing partner with Tourmaline Partners, a trading services firm headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, LinkedIn shows.

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Records show Vaisberg is the manager of Miami-based Dylia Corporation, along with Harry Gorlovesky.

Vaisberg bought the 0.2-acre Golden Beach property in 2019 for $3 million, property records show. Last year, he renovated the 5,300-square-foot, six-bedroom, six-bathroom house, built in 2011, the listing shows. The home includes one half-bathroom, a pool, and a private dock.

Prices and demand for Golden Beach luxury real estate surged over the past few years, amid South Florida’s real estate boom.

In January, luxury homebuilder Treo Construction sold a waterfront Golden Beach spec house for $15 million. Scott Collins, COO of Boston-based private equity firm Summit, bought a non-waterfront spec mansion in Golden Beach for $25 million in August, marking a price record for dry properties in all of Miami-Dade County. 

In July, retired radio host Tom Joyner sold his oceanfront Golden Beach home for $19 million

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