Marc Anthony is selling his waterfront estate in Coral Gables for $27 million

Marc Anthony’s Coral Gables estate


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Music superstar Marc Anthony would like to record a sale of his Coral Gables, FL, estate, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The Grammy winner, who bought the home for $19 million just two years ago, hopes to turn a tidy profit on his investment. The home is back on the market for $27 million.

Marc Anthony’s Coral Gables estate


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Motorcourt


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Villa Costanera


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Living room


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Eat-in kitchen


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Bedroom with sitting area


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Pool


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Lawn


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The performer, whose given name is Marco Antonio Muñiz, purchased the waterfront property from Bacardi heiress Hilda Maria Bacardi in 2018. She spent eight years overseeing its construction. Bacardi initially wanted $18 million in 2014, while the home, called Villa Costanera, was still under construction.

She listed the finished product for $27,260,000 in 2016, then reduced it to $25 million the

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Marc Anthony Selling Waterfront Estate in Coral Gables for $27M

The Grammy winner, who bought the home for $19 million just two years ago, hopes to turn a tidy profit on his investment. The home is back on the market for $27 million.

The performer, whose given name is Marco Antonio Muñiz, purchased the waterfront property from Bacardi heiress Hilda Maria Bacardi in 2018. She spent eight years overseeing its construction. Bacardi initially wanted $18 million in 2014, while the home, called Villa Costanera, was still under construction.

She listed the finished product for $27,260,000 in 2016, then reduced it to $25 million the following year. She finally let it go for a relative song at $19 million.

Located on the exclusive Islands of Cocoplum, the property features a circular motor drive. The back of the property overlooks gardens and the Coral Gables waterway. Designed by Rafael Portoundo, the home’s interiors are filled with arched windows and doorways,

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CEO Couple Buy Gables Estate Mansion For Nearly $14M

8950 Arvida Drive with Andre Hakkak and Marissa Shipman (One Sotheby's, White Oak, The Balm)

8950 Arvida Drive with Andre Hakkak and Marissa Shipman (One Sotheby’s, White Oak, theBalm)

A CEO couple bought a Gables Estates mansion for $13.6 million.

Records show married couple Andre Hakkak and Marissa Shipman bought the house at 8950 Arvida Drive in Coral Gables from Cimex Invest Inc., a Czech Republic-based investment company led by Jana Sobotova.

Hakkak is the CEO and co-founder of White Oak Global Advisors, a global investment firm founded in 2007, with offices all over the U.S. and internationally, according to its website. His wife, Shipman, is the founder and CEO of cosmetics company theBalm Cosmetics, based in Reno, Nevada. She founded the company in 2004.

Marily Vazquez Prol of Modern World Realty represented the buyers, while Saddy Delgado of One Sotheby’s International Realty represented the sellers.

Records show Cimex Invest bought the 17,215-square-foot mansion in 2016, the same year it was built, for $12 million.

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San Diego Padres Star Manny Machado Adds $7.2M Coral Gables Estate to His Portfolio

As the abbreviated baseball season was winding down, San Diego Padres slugger Manny Machado was busy making real estate deals in South Florida.

The property on which Machado’s new abode sits was purchased by a local builder in February 2016 for $2.15 million.

After the purchase, the company began construction on a massive, 10,301-square-foot estate designed by the renowned architect Max Strang. According to the listing details, the mansion was finished in July 2020.


Prior to its completion, the unfinished spec home landed on the market in 2018 with an asking price of $8.6 million. It lingered on the market for a couple of years before Machado made a deal for the modern two-story manse.

The custom dwelling features seven bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and 7,411 square feet on just under an acre.

The listing details touted a minimalist design with a unity between indoor and outdoor spaces, a big

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Gables Estates mansion features walls of glass for $49.9 million

The owner of a sprawling eight-bedroom, 11-bath Coral Gables estate purchased last year for $25.5 million has decided to sell the property — and he’s listed it for a whopping $49.9 million, nearly twice what he paid for it.



a bench next to a palm tree: Designed by Miami architect Ramon Pacheco, the two-story contemporary transitional home in Gables Estates was built in 2018 and features premium finishes and fixtures, walls of glass and large elevated terraces.


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Designed by Miami architect Ramon Pacheco, the two-story contemporary transitional home in Gables Estates was built in 2018 and features premium finishes and fixtures, walls of glass and large elevated terraces.

Originally listed in February 2019 for $68 million, the 23,282-square-foot mansion, at 41 Arvida Parkway in the prestigious Gables Estates neighborhood, was purchased at auction in April 2019 by its current owner, Steven Lempera, a businessman and real estate investor.

“There were 10 homes sold this year for over $10 million in Coral Gables,” said Jill Hertzberg, a broker-associate with The Jills Zeder Group at Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate in

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