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Another Tech Exec Moves to Miami-Purchases Waterfront Estate for $12.75 Million

September 8, 2021 by Jacki Taylor

Bay Harbor Islands Mansion
Photo Credit: Douglas Elliman

As Miami becomes a new tech hub for the east coast, more high-net tech execs and their families are migrating to its rapidly expanding financial districts as well as its barrier islands.

Spencer Kupferman, CEO of PKWare (Wisconsin-based tech company) and his wife Ruth recently purchased a waterfront estate in Bay Harbor Islands for $12.75 million. The home located at 10000 West Broadview Drive, features 7,426 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 7 full baths, and 2 half baths.

10000 W Broadview Drive in Bay Harbor Islands
Photo Credit: Douglas Elliman

The home was rebuilt in 2015 and designed with a mixture of Modern and Plantation architecture to embody the tropical foliage views. The mansion also features a grand living room with 20+ foot ceilings and a gorgeous chef's kitchen. The kitchen is not limited in high-end features, with a SubZero, Bosch, and Miele appliances.

The waterfront estate also offers an abundance of indoor and outdoor entertainment space with wide open bay views on 75 feet of water frontage. The Kupferman's will also enjoy a private boat dock with a lift. This home is also considered a smart home with the Lutron systems that feature integrated lighting, speakers, and security camera options.

The sellers for this home are Tony Seiden, who is the CEO of a New York based foreign business corporation and wife Jaffe Seiden. The Seidens took advantage of the current Miami market when they originally purchased the home in 2006 for $3.6 million and now selling it as $9.15 million price increase. The home was originally built in 1956 with renovations and updates along the way.

Pool View of Waterfront Mansion
Photo Credit: Douglas Elliman

This purchase is considered the highest price sale for a residential single-family home in Bay Harbor Islands. The previous record was a sale that occurred last month by a Former Anheuser-Busch exec Fued Sadala who purchased 9814 West Broadview Drive for $12 million.

For more information on Bay Harbor Island's luxury homes or any of its new projects including Ambienta and Onda, please contact Lucas Lechuga via email at [email protected] or by phone at (786)247-6332.

Aerial View of Bay Harbor Islands
Photo Credit: Douglas Elliman

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