Jeff Bezos Acquires Third Mansion on Exclusive Indian Creek Island, Expands Luxury Real Estate Holdings

Jeff Bezos Acquires Third Mansion on Exclusive Indian Creek Island, Expands Luxury Real Estate Holdings

Jeff Bezos is further enlarging his collection of luxury homes with the purchase of a third mansion on the prestigious Indian Creek island in South Florida.

According to Bloomberg, the Amazon.com Inc. founder has closed a deal worth approximately $90 million for a six-bedroom residence within this Miami-area community, through an off-market transaction.

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Sources cited by Bloomberg suggest that Bezos plans to live in this latest acquisition while moving forward with plans to demolish the other properties he owns on the island. Although a spokesperson for Bezos chose not to comment on these reports, public records show that the home was previously sold in 1998 for $2.5 million.

Bezos, currently ranked as the world’s second-wealthiest individual with a net worth of $203.7 billion as per the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, has indicated a move to Miami from Seattle. 

His prior purchases on Indian Creek, known for its exclusivity and high-profile residents like Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump, Tom Brady, and Carl Icahn, totaled $147 million for two estates. 

This island is often referred to as the “Billionaire Bunker” due to its affluent demographics.

Since February, Bezos has engaged in significant financial activity, selling about $8.5 billion in Amazon shares, his first such move since 2021. 

Although the purposes behind these sales remain undisclosed, Bloomberg highlights that the billionaire’s investments span various high-value properties across the U.S., including in Washington, Maui, and a Beverly Hills mansion acquired for $165 million in 2020.

The seller of Bezos’s newly acquired mansion at 28 Indian Creek Island Road is identified as the former banker Javier Holtz.

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