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One of DC's Most Prolific Luxury Home Buyers Just Set a Record in Miami
Philanthropist and businesswoman Adrienne Arsht, known for buying and selling some of DC's priciest homes in recent years, just set a mammoth real estate record in Miami.
The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that a waterfront estate in Miami owned by Arsht has sold for nearly $107 million, setting a new record for the priciest piece of residential real estate ever sold in Miami-Dade County. The estate, which came on the market in January for $150 million, was purchased by hedge-fund billionaire Ken Griffin, who has acquired hundreds of millions of dollars of Florida real estate in recent years, according to the Journal.
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While many of Arsht's real estate deals in DC are dwarfed by the Miami transaction, she has been a very active player at the top of the city's residential market in recent years.
In 2019, Arsht purchased a ten-bedroom house in Georgetown. A year later, she put that same home on the market for $10.8 million and bought what is known as the first home of Chevy Chase for $10 million. Arsht's name was in the real estate headlines again in 2021 when she listed her nine-bedroom mansion at 2221 30th Street NW for $18.5 million, making it the priciest listing in DC at the time.
We will be watching to see what type of big real estate move she makes next year.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/one-of-dcs-most-prolific-luxury-home-buyers-just-set-a-record-in-miami/20052.
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