Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s Miami Rental Set to Sell for $17 Million

A waterfront Miami Beach apartment Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have been renting is set to sell for $17 million, the developers told Mansion Global. 

The couple first rented the nearly 7,000-square-foot unit on the second floor of the 16-unit condo Arte Surfside in January 2021, The Wall Street Journal reported at the time. Ms. Trump and Mr. Kushner were living there while they had a home built on a lot they recently purchased on Miami’s Indian Creek Island for $32 million. Representatives for the couple did not immediately return a request for comment. 

The residence is the last sponsor unit at the boutique development, designed by Italian architect Antonio Citterio and developed by a subsidiary of Sapir Corp. Mansion Global could not independently identify the buyer, as public records were not yet available, but it was a family from New York, according to the company.  

“It’s a five-bedroom apartment, which on the beach is very rare,” said Alex Sapir, the chairman of Sapir Corp. “The view corridor is amazing … you really feel like you’re in a beach house.”

Sold turnkey, the home features wide plank hardwood flooring, walls of windows, a warm palette, recessed lighting, a Poliform kitchen with a pantry and a staircase that leads directly to the spa—one of just two of such staircases in the building, Mr. Sapir said. 

“The apartments have exclusive use of the indoor pool, the fitness facility, the relaxation room and a yoga studio, plus showers and lockers,” he explained. 

This unit also features two Ipe-clad terraces, two family rooms, a primary bedroom suite with a private balcony and bathroom with two shower heads, dual vanities and a travertine soaking tub, the listing said. There’s also a two-car temperature-controlled garage.

With just 16 units, Arte Surfside’s low density and white-glove service appealed to buyers during the pandemic and attracted significant sales. That includes a $33 million penthouse sale in late 2020 and an apartment that sold one of the most expensive crypto deals in the city in 2021 and then again late last year for $18 million.

The Wall Street Journal first reported the sale.

Arte Surfside has 16 units.


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