The Cuban millionaire manny medina, who is one of South Florida's top tech entrepreneurs, will sell his Coral Gables mansion, whose value is 17.9 million dollars.
The opulent home is located at 555 Arvida Parkway, is valued at 17.9 million but it will be auctioned "without reserve," meaning it will be sold regardless of its market value, Platinun Luxury Auctions reported.
The mansion of the Cuban technological tycoon has 15 thousand square feet, five bedrooms and six bathrooms, is on a closed street in Coral Gables and has access to a canal, explained the company whose objective is to sell properties to a target with a high purchasing power, detailed cybercuba.com.
Manny Medina is a native of Matanzas, he arrived in the United States in 1965 at the age of 13, he had already said in June 2019 that he would sell his mansion, but now it seems that he will achieve this goal.
Medina is known for making risky business decisions, one of which was selling his data services company. Terremark to the giant Verizon Communications for $1.4 billion in 2012.
Then the tech entrepreneur bought Cyxtera Tech Group, another computer company that is valued at about 52 million dollars.
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