David Guetta, one of most-recognizable names in the international EDM industry and someone who helped bring dance-pop into the mainstream music consiciousness, just bought a $69 million mansion in the Miami area. The purchase of this mansion goes alongside the condo that the French award-winning DJ/producer also owns at the Setai Miami Beach area as well. The mansion’s property had “Sábado Gigante” host Don Francisco as its previous owner and in 2021, he sold the mansion to developers Todd Michael Glaser, Jim Randall, Scott Robins and Jonathan Fryd for $23.8 million.
The exact location of the mansion is in Indian Creek, a village island in the Miami-Dade County and it is a waterfront spec estate that has spectacular views. After Don Francisco sold the property to Glaser and his developer team, they then demolished the old mansion and made it into the waterfront spec estate that now belongs to David Guetta.
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More information about David Guetta’s new mansion and the Indian Creek village
In terms of land that the mansion possesses, it is nearly 16,000-square-foot and has 12 bedrooms. Furthermore, the 1.2 acre property has 118 feet of water tonnage that is still under construction. One very interesting fact about this mansion is that according to an article from Miami Condo Investments, the mansion’s neighbors are Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner. In fact, Trump and Kushner bought their residence two years ago for $24 million.
Likewise, the village of Indian Creek has its fair share of celebrities who have homes there as well. Aside from Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, other Indian Creek homeowners include the likes of Eddie Lampert, Julio Iglesias, Bob Diener, and Norman Braman according to a post from The Real Deal. As of this moment, Todd Michael Glaser and his team have declined to comment more about David Guetta’s purchase of the mansion.