Mi­ami pen­t­house fea­tured in ‘War Dogs’ up for grabs

Pen­t­house, listed at $4.495M, has de­signer fea­tures through­out

South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Sunday) - - Money - By Robyn A. Fried­man Correspondent

A 4,498-square-foot Mi­ami pen­t­house fea­tured in the 2016 film “War Dogs” has been listed for sale for $4.495 mil­lion. The film, which starred Jonah Hill and Miles Teller, was based loosely on the true story of two men who won a $300 mil­lion gov­ern­ment con­tract to sup­ply arms to Amer­ica’s al­lies in Afghanistan.

The two-story pen­t­house, Unit 5708 at Ma­rina Blue, a 57-story con­do­minium build­ing at 888 Bis­cayne Blvd., has four bed­rooms, four baths, three bal­conies, two liv­ing rooms, a din­ing room, a spa­cious kitchen and de­signer fea­tures through­out. It also boasts a float­ing Mo­saic jet-and-rain shower in the master bath­room and 20-foot, floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows. The unit comes with four park­ing spa­ces and un­ob­structed city and ocean views. It was built in 2008.

The build­ing’s ameni­ties in­clude sun­rise and sun­set pools, two hot tubs, a busi­ness cen­ter, fit­ness cen­ter, club room, a vol­ley­ball court and golf putting green.

“This build­ing is within walk­ing dis­tance of the Frost Mu­seum and the Ar­sht Cen­ter, and it’s got a beau­ti­ful park in front of it,” said Mirce Curkoski, a real-es­tate agent with ONE Sotheby’s In­ter­na­tional Re­alty in Mi­ami Beach, who co-listed the prop­erty with agent Al­bert Justo. “Most build­ings have ei­ther a sun­rise or sun­set view, but this unit has both—Mi­ami Beach and down­town Mi­ami views.”

The cur­rent owner, Alain Ber­douare, is the brother of Chris­tian Ber­douare, who founded Chicken Kitchen. He pur­chased the unit new in June 2008 for $1.726 mil­lion.

“This unit is priced at about $1,000 per square foot, but a sim­i­lar pen­t­house on Mi­ami Beach would prob­a­bly cost close to $20 mil­lion,” Curkoski said. “It’s def­i­nitely one of the best-priced pent­houses, es­pe­cially at this height and with views no one else of­fers.”

View unique real es­tate prop­er­ties and celebrity homes at Sun­Sen­tinel.com/PrimeProp­erty. Tri-Rail com­muter rail line is plan­ning to in­tro­duce a more user-friendly app.

SUN SEN­TINEL FILE

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.