Anatoly Petukhov, a former Russian police general, paid $3 million for a condo at the Continuum in Miami Beach. He’s part of a wave of wealthy Russian businessmen and officials buying property in South Florida.
Anatoly Petukhov, a former Russian police general, paid $3 million for a condo at the Continuum in Miami Beach. He’s part of a wave of wealthy Russian businessmen and officials buying property in South Florida. MATIAS J. OCNER mocner@miamiherald.com
Anatoly Petukhov, a former Russian police general, paid $3 million for a condo at the Continuum in Miami Beach. He’s part of a wave of wealthy Russian businessmen and officials buying property in South Florida. MATIAS J. OCNER mocner@miamiherald.com

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