Billionaire hedge funder Kenneth Griffin — founder of hedge fund giant Citadel — is selling off his beachfront penthouse and adjoining condo in Miami Beach for a combined price of $73 million, the Wall Street Journal reports.
When the deal closed, it was the most expensive home to ever sell in Miami. Griffin had shelled out $10 million over the asking price.
The five-bedroom penthouse will be available for $55 million, and the three-bedroom condo directly beneath it will be up for $18 million. (Unlike the penthouse, however, the condo does not have its own private pool and wraparound terrace.) It’s being listed with Eloy Carmenate and Mick Duchon of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Griffin has played the big real estate game in various markets over the last few years, picking up properties in Palm Beach, Chicago, and New York, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Here’s what the next owner of the Faena House penthouse can expect.