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Real estate royal Robert Rivani lands $7.5M Miami penthouse

The mohawk-sporting actual property exec Robert Rivani of Black Lion Funding Group — a failed former day dealer and a highschool dropout — simply plunked down $7.5 million for a penthouse on the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Miami Seashore.

The house, at 4701 Meridian Ave., is 4,250 sq. toes and comes with 4 bedrooms, 4 bogs, a powder room and glass partitions that showcase views of the canal, Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami. 

Rivani purchased the penthouse as an funding — for private use and to hire, a supply mentioned.

Fellow residents embrace the supermodel/entrepreneur Cindy Crawford and her husband, veteran nightlife business mogul Rande Gerber, who paid $3 million for a 2,800-square-foot two-bedroom there final yr.

The Mets’ retired star, Main League Baseball Corridor of Famer Mike Piazza, can be a resident.

Prime Meridian: The 7-acre Ritz-Carlton property sports activities views of Biscayne Bay and provides dock area.
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Interior of the penthouse's living space.
A eating and studying space inside the house.
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Interior of the penthouse.
There’s over 4,000 sq. toes of dwelling area contained in the penthouse.
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The condos include facilities together with an artwork studio, 36 personal boat dockages accessible for buy (plus a personal, on-site captained day yacht), a chauffeured home automotive and a half-acre rooftop pool deck with cabanas and a grill.

There’s additionally a fitness center, a yoga and meditation studio, a youngsters’s playroom and a screening room.

The 7-acre property, designed by Italian architect Piero Lissoni, was accomplished simply earlier than the pandemic hit in February 2020. 

The itemizing dealer was Philip Freedman with Douglas Elliman; Douglas Elliman’s Dina Goldentayer repped the client.

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