Renowned in the global EDM scene and a key figure in popularizing dance-pop, David Guetta has recently acquired a mansion worth $69 million in the Miami area. This lavish purchase complements his existing ownership of a condominium in the Setai Miami Beach complex. The mansion was previously owned by the host of “Sábado Gigante,” Don Francisco, who sold it to developers Todd Michael Glaser, Jim Randall, Scott Robins, and Jonathan Fryd for $23.8 million in 2021.
Situated in Indian Creek, a village island within Miami-Dade County, the mansion is a waterfront spec estate that offers breathtaking views. The property, spanning nearly 16,000 square feet, boasts 12 bedrooms and occupies a 1.2-acre plot with 118 feet of water frontage. The mansion is still undergoing construction, adding to its allure.
Interestingly, David Guetta’s new mansion shares a neighborhood with notable figures Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, who acquired their residence for $24 million two years ago. Indian Creek village is home to several celebrities, including Eddie Lampert, Julio Iglesias, Bob Diener, and Norman Braman.
Despite the purchase’s high profile, Todd Michael Glaser and his team have chosen not to provide further details about the transaction. The move cements Guetta’s presence in the Miami luxury real estate landscape and underscores the area’s appeal to prominent figures in the entertainment world.
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