Real estate mogul Alex Sapir has listed his Miami home for $54m, which boasts a five-bedroom, 5½-bath home on 0.6 acres with 150 feet on the water overlooking the downtown skyline. Sapir is also selling his record-breaking building Arte, which attracted residents such as Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner. Sapir’s father, Tamir Sapir, was known for owning lavish homes, such as an over-the-top mansion in Great Neck, N.Y. Sapir is presently in Cannes with his Paris-based girlfriend, the TV host Leila Ben Khalifa, and planning an expansion of Arte-branded residences in Western Europe and the Middle East.
As featured on New York Post, Alex Sapir, the real estate mogul and son of the late Soviet-era billionaire Tamir Sapir, has listed his Miami home for a whopping $54 million. The property, located at 126 and 206 W. San Marino Dr. on the Venetian Islands, features a five-bedroom, 5½-bath home, along with a teardown on 0.6 acres with 150 feet on the water overlooking the downtown skyline.
The younger Sapir is currently in Cannes with his Paris-based girlfriend, Laila Ben Khalifa, and is also selling his record-breaking building Arte in Surfside, Fla., which attracted residents such as Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner. Sapir is in the midst of a divorce from his wife Yanina.
Tamir Sapir and his then-partner, Sam Kislin, helped give Donald Trump his start before the construction of Trump Tower in New York. The Sapirs then went on to help fund Trump Soho. They were so close that Alex and his then-brother-in-law Rotem Rosen traveled to Moscow with Trump on his 2013 trip.
For his part, the late Tamir Sapir was also known for owning lavish homes, such as an over-the-top mansion in Great Neck, N.Y., which he expanded. Tamir Sapir also once owned a palatial home at 1009 Fifth Ave., which he sold for $44 million in 2010 to Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, who now wants $80 million for it.
In Miami, Alex Sapir’s main house boasts an open floor plan, a media room and an office. There’s also an eat-in chef’s kitchen, a family room, a library, a home theater, a wine cellar, and a bar. Plus, an outdoor pool, a spa, a gazebo, and more.
Sources say that Alex Sapir is planning an expansion of Arte-branded residences in Western Europe and the Middle East. While glamming it up on Cannes red carpets, Sapir is also looking to sell his lavish waterfront Miami property through Luxe Living Realty.
If you have $54 million to spare and are in the market for a luxurious waterfront property with stunning downtown skyline views, this might just be the perfect opportunity for you.