Mario Carbone bought his personal slice of Miami Seaside actual property, The Actual Deal has discovered.
The Main Meals Group co-founder bought a non-waterfront residence on Palm Island, sources mentioned. Property information present Gregory Rumpel, senior managing director of JLL’s Motels & Hospitality Group, and his spouse, Jacqueline, are the sellers of the five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home.
Carbone and his longtime girlfriend, superstar publicist Cait Bailey, will likely be dwelling within the residence collectively, in accordance with a supply.
Carbone paid about $4.3 million for the three,422-square-foot renovated home. In-built 1925, the two-story residence was designed by architect George Fink, in accordance with the itemizing. It hit the market on the finish of June for near $4.2 million, and offered above the asking value on the finish of August, in accordance with Realtor.com. Nancy Batchelor with Compass represented the sellers. Douglas Elliman agent Kaila Mardoyan represented the client.
Batchelor and Mardoyan declined to remark.
Carbone’s Palm Island residence sits on a 6,000-square-foot lot. The Rumpels paid about $1.3 million for the property in 2013, information present.
New York-based Main Meals Group, led by Carbone, Wealthy Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick, has grown shortly in South Florida since increasing to Miami in late 2020. Zalaznick and his spouse, Alison, paid $15 million for a Sundown Islands mansion in Miami Seaside final yr. Baseball Corridor of Famer Mike Piazza and his spouse, Alicia, offered the property to the Zalaznicks.
This summer season, Main Meals Group parted methods with Michael Stern’s New York-based JDS Improvement Group to co-develop a hotel-condo tower in Brickell.
Main Meals Group, which has greater than 30 eating places, accommodations and personal golf equipment world wide, opened Carbone and HaSalon in South Seaside, Soiled French Steakhouse in Brickell, Sadelle’s at The Boca Raton Resort & Membership, Sadelle’s in Coconut Grove and the members’ solely ZZ’s Membership within the Miami Design District.
The corporate additionally plans to open a ten,000-square-foot Sadelle’s Restaurant and Market Place at 1212 Lincoln Highway in Miami Seaside, which is able to embrace a gourmand market.