South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Sunday)
Tech entrepreneur’s condo includes designer furniture in $19.5M price
Manuel D. “Manny” Medina, a tech entrepreneurwhosoldMiamibasedTerremarkWorldwide, hisIT infrastructure and cloud services company, to Verizon Communications for $1.4 billion in 2011, has listed his8,242-square-footcondominium on tony Fisher Island for $19.5million.
Fisher Island, located off the tip of Miami Beach, is only accessible by ferry, private boat or helicopter and is home to the nation’s wealthiest ZIP code, 33109, where residents had an average income in 2018 of $2.2 million, according to Bloomberg’s annual ranking of the richestZIP codes in theUnited States.
Thecondominium, at 7213 Fisher Island Drive in Miami Beach, is a ground-floor unit in a nine-story building. It has five bedrooms, six baths, white oak and limestone floors, a customkitchen, aCrestron smart-home system, a custom eco-friendly fireplace, a 1,500bottle wine cellar and 4,221 square feet of outdoor terrace space. The listing price includes furnishingsby designersHollyHunt andChristian
Built in 1992, but recently renovated and customized, the unit has views of the ocean, Government Cut and Miami Beach.
“It’soneof the nicest unitsonthe island,” said CyrilMatz, a director of luxury sales for Douglas Elliman RealEstate inMiami, whoholds the listing. “Youcouldwalk right out of the unit, and a private beach is just steps away. You don’t have to deal with an elevator, but you still have beautiful direct ocean views.”
Fisher Island, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2019, is a
216-acre private community. The private membership Fisher Island Club includes a beach club, luxury hotel, championship golf course,
17 tennis courts, two deep-water marinas, multiple dining venues, a full-service spa, salon, fitness center, theater and aviary. The island is also home to the Fisher Island Day School. A one-time
$250,000 fee is required for equity membership.