Surf Club Four Seasons oceanfront penthouse sells for record $44M

7,300 sf unit has five bedrooms, yoga room, gym, garden and 75 ft rooftop pool

Surf Club Four Seasons Penthouse Sells for Record $44M

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An entity linked to Apple sold an oceanfront penthouse at Four Seasons Residences at the Surf Club in Surfside for a record $44 million.

Property records show PDE 1186 LLC, a Florida entity, sold PH4 in the north building to G5C Capital Corporation, a firm based in Ontario, Canada. Both the buyer and seller are hidden. Apple attorney Victoria Nassi signed on behalf of the seller.

Mick Duchon and Eloy Carmenate of the Corcoran Group had the listing, and Ximena Penuela of Fort Realty brought the buyer. 

The penthouse last sold for $29.1 million in 2018, property records show. It spans 7,300 square feet, with five bedrooms, five bathrooms and one half-bathroom, and includes a yoga room, gym, spa, outdoor garden and 75-foot rooftop pool, the listing shows. 

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Fort Partners, led by Nadim Ashi, completed the oceanfront Surf Club Four Seasons in 2017. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Richard Meier and Kobi Karp, it includes two 12-story condo buildings, a 72-key hotel, a private club, four swimming pools and a restaurant by Thomas Keller. 

The condos are a favorite among South Florida’s well-heeled buyers. In February, venture capitalist Ken Seiff dropped $24 million on a unit in the south building. In January, Robert Trone and Anna Marie Parisi-Trone, the owners of Total Wine & More, bought a north building unit for $15.9 million. Former Ford CEO Jacques Nasser sold his condo for $18.5 million in August.  

The penthouse listed for $55 million in November, Redfin shows. It closed for $11 million below its asking price. The next highest priced sale at Surf Club Four Seasons was private equity founder Doug Kimmelman’s 2019 purchase of a south building penthouse for $35 million.  

Condo sales have slowed in South Florida, but the ultra-wealthy are still snapping up penthouses. News broke last month that the Shore Club, a planned Auberge-branded oceanfront project in Miami Beach, found a buyer for its $120 million penthouse. It’s still years from completion, but if and when the deal closes it would be a price record for condo sales in Florida.