Is rocker Lenny Kravitz going to ‘Fly Away,’ like the title of one of his hit songs, from Grammy Award winning album 5, suggests? Today, Kravitz listed his Miami Beach home located at 7936 Biscayne Point Circle for $2.85M. He purchased the property in 1997 for $725k.
Located on the tip of Biscayne Point, the peninsula just north of Normandy Island, Kravitz’s residence offers unobstructed views of Biscayne Bay, not to mention spectacular sunsets. Biscayne Point is a guard gated community located in the northern part of Miami Beach.
Lot Size: 12,150 SF
Living Area: 5,717 SF
Built in 1954
Not his first picnic in Miami Beach residential real estate, Kravitz sold his Sunset Island 2 home, 1800 W 25 Street, when the market was soaring in 2005 to developer Steve Muss for $14.5M. Kravitz purchased the property in 2001 for $8.9M.
Further adding his mark to South Florida, he launched a new business, Kravitz Design. Maybe you have seen his work, he is the creative behind the Delano Hotel’s ultra chic lounge, The Florida Room, which opened in December 2007. True to the music industry, Kravitz fused his new venture with his staple by designing a recording studio in the luxurious Miami Beach condo-hotel, Setai, that opened in 2008. A two-story penthouse, Setai Recording Studio (as it is know in the music world) offers 2,500 SF with state of the art equipment and inspiring views of the Atlantic Ocean.
At the 2005 MTV Music Awards, Kravitz proudly called Miami home, let’s hope he continues to spread more of his luster over our beautiful city.