Faena is already clicking — even though construction just finished last month.
As previously reported, Griffin purchased the penthouse at Faena for $60 million — a record price for Miami, according to people familiar with the deal. The penthouse includes more than 12,500 square feet of living space and a massive outdoor deck with a 70-foot-long infinity pool.
According to real estate documents, Blankfein purchased a unit on the eighth floor for $9.5 million, and British billionaire investor Howard paid $14.5 million for a unit on the fourth floor.
Craig Effron, co-founder of Scoggin Capital Management, paid $9.2 million for a unit on the floor six, while Brian Kwait of Odyssey Investment Partners paid $9.8 million for one on nine.