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Developer Steve Witkoff lists Miami Beach land for $19.95 million


Developer Steve Witkoff is offering a waterfront lot on Miami Beach’s slick North Bay Road for $19.95 million.

The empty lot, at No. 4766, includes plans for a huge 9,000 square foot home, which will have sweeping views of Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami.

“It’s premium dirt,” a source told Gimme Shelter, adding that the site – bought for around $7.5 million just 18 months ago – comes with Kobi-approved plans Karp. (Witkoff is also moving forward with the redevelopment of its Auberge Shore Club.)

Plans for the North Bay Road property envision a modern, glass-walled seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom home facing 100 linear feet of water, offering “the most prized sunset views”, a said listing broker Dina Goldentayer of Douglas Elliman.

With 100 linear feet of waterfront, this land is considered “prime land”.
Legendary Productions/Dina Goldentayer
Developer Steve Witkoff lists Miami Beach land for $19.95 million
If all goes as planned, lot #4766 will one day be occupied by a 9,000 square foot mansion.
Douglas Elliman/Dina Goldentayer
Developer Steve Witkoff lists Miami Beach land for $19.95 million
The lot sports fabulous views.
Legendary Productions/Dina Goldentayer
Developer Steve Witkoff lists Miami Beach land for $19.95 million
The future glass-walled mansion will not be afraid of chic details.
Douglas Elliman/Dina Goldentayer

Plans also call for a great room, multiple entertaining areas, waterfront lounges, a chef’s kitchen, and an office with a private entrance.

Additionally, backyard plans call for a pool and spa with an indoor-outdoor gym and a rooftop putting green with lounge area.

The region is also linked to a few big names. Current neighbors include Shakira, Miami restaurateur and nightclub owner David Grutman – and Starwood Capital Group’s Barry Sternlicht. Former North Bay Road residents include Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Calvin Klein, Matt Damon and Phil Collins.

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