Caroline Wozniacki finds buyer for $43M Fisher Island penthouse

Luxe signed contracts report also reveals Douglas Elliman agent in contract to sell his Miami Beach spec home asking $40M

Caroline Wozniacki, David Lee Sell Fisher Island Penthouse
Caroline Wozniacki and David Lee with their Fisher Island penthouse and Dina Goldentayer (Getty, Dina Goldentayer/Legendary Productions)

Danish tennis pro Caroline Wozniacki and her husband, former NBA player David Lee, are under contract to sell their Fisher Island penthouse that is asking $42.5 million. 

The pending deal is at the top of last week’s Eklund-Gomes luxe signed contracts report, which tracks properties priced at $4 million and above. 

Wozniacki and Lee will likely make a big profit. A company managed by the couple paid $18.7 million for the unit in 2021.

Douglas Elliman agent Dina Goldentayer represented the sellers of the 7,000-square-foot, five-bedroom, five-bathroom condo at 7001 Fisher Island Drive. It hit the market in January. Goldentayer declined to comment.

Last week, buyers signed contracts for 15 luxury homes and condos in Miami-Dade County asking a combined $213.6 million, according to the report, authored by the Douglas Elliman mega team. That’s four fewer than the week prior, but a $69 million weekly increase in dollar volume. 

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Nine of the contracts signed last week were for single-family homes, and six were for condos.

The most expensive single-family home to enter into contract is the house at 2700 Sunset Drive in Miami Beach. Douglas Elliman agent Oliver Lloyd and his wife Laurie hired spec home developer Todd Michael Glaser to build the roughly 9,000-square-foot mansion on the property, which is asking nearly $40 million. The couple paid $11.2 million for the half-acre lot in 2021. 

Caroline Wozniacki, David Lee Sell Fisher Island Penthouse
Oliver Lloyd with the home at 2700 Sunset Drive in Miami Beach

The single-family homes priced at $4 million and up that went into contract last week spent 163 days on the market on average before securing buyers. The asking dollar volume for those homes totaled $132.6 million. 

The luxury condos that entered into contracts were on the market for an average of 198 days, and averaged about $2,800 per square foot. The total dollar asking volume for the condos was $81 million. Eklund-Gomes’ report mimics the Olshan report released weekly covering Manhattan luxury contracts. In New York, buyers signed contracts for 24 homes last week, according to the latest Olshan report. Their combined asking price was $251 million, and the typical home spent 747 days on the market.