Scott Minerd’s Florida penthouses list for $18.7M combined



The late Scott Minerd’s double penthouse assemblage in Florida is now up for grabs for a combined price tag of $18.7 million, or available for individual purchase, The Post has learned.

Minerd, who had been the chief investment officer of Guggenheim Partners — and helped transform the small investment and advisory firm that now has more than $310 billion in assets under management — left behind a legacy of global financial influence and philanthropic endeavors upon his passing in 2022.

He was also regular fixture on CNBC and Bloomberg.

The sleek kitchen inside Penthouse 5101. Luxhunters
The second penthouse, No. 5102, occupies more than nearly 12,000 square feet. Luxhunters

In 2021, just a year before his death, Minerd secured these two Biscayne Beach homes for a cool $12.5 million, effectively crowning them the largest penthouse duo in South Florida at the time.

Encompassing more than 22,000 square feet collectively, the residences feature not one, but two swimming pools.

The penthouses have maintained their separate identities since Minerd’s acquisition, giving potential buyers the choice to indulge in one or both of these luxurious abodes.

Penthouse 5102 offers waterfront views. Luxhunters
The residences boast walls of floor-to-ceiling windows. Luxhunters

Penthouse 5101 at Biscayne Beach boasts 15-foot ceilings, nearly 8,000 square feet inside — and more than 2,000 square feet of outdoor space.

With five bedrooms, five bathrooms, three powder rooms, this residence offers unparalleled views of the water, islands and Miami cityscape.

Next door, Penthouse 5102 holds court with its own grandeur, spanning 11,884 square feet and featuring soaring 15-foot ceilings, the other private rooftop pool and six parking spaces.

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The pool at 5101.


The penthouse boasts high ceilings.


The two penthouse are offered for a combined 18.7 million or can be purchased separately.


Two Florida penthouses that were purchased by Scott Minerd, CIO of Guggenheim Partners, a year before his death are set to list for a combined $18.7 million.


One of the bedrooms at 5101.


The residence can also be purchased separately.


The great room at 5101.


Another bedroom at 5102.


The second penthouse, No. 5102, occupies more than nearly 12,000 square feet.


The great room at 5101. Luxhunters

With six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, this residence offers vistas of Downtown’s skyline and pristine waters.

Bill Hernandez and Bryan Sereny with Douglas Elliman hold the listing.

“The seller had an amazing vision to combine these penthouses and create a singular, uniquely spectacular palace in the sky. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make that legacy your own — and for an unbelievable price,” Hernandez told The Post.

“Just across the bay our clients are spending north of $20,000,000 for a four-bedroom at Robert A.M. Stern’s The Shore Club Private Collection.”

Minerd died on Dec. 21, 2023 at the age of 63. In a statement at the time, Guggenheim Partners said the cause was a heart attack he suffered during a workout.

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