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Rockstar energy drink CEO Russell Weiner selling his two South Florida homes for $71.5m

Rockstar Energy Drink CEO Russell Weiner has listed his Miami Beach mansion for $35 million.
Rockstar Energy Drink CEO Russell Weiner has listed his Miami Beach mansion for $35 million. Lux Hunters for Douglas Elliman

If you’ve got $71.5 million squirreled away, you too can now live like a rock star — or at least like the CEO of Rockstar energy drinks.

Russell Weiner, the creator of the popular pick-me-up beverage that has earned him a net worth of $4.1 billion, has put up his two South Florida spreads for sale.

One is a six-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bath mansion at 2920 North Bay Drive in Miami Beach that sits on a 48,039-square-foot lot. The two-story home comes with 30-foot ceilings, a giant outdoor reef pool and a deck large enough to accommodate a 150-foot yacht, a requisite of the rock star lifestyle. Asking price is $35 million.

The other property is a six-bedroom oceanfront estate in Delray Beach with a tennis court, a waterslide pool and a garage big enough to fit 12 cars, for those times when you want to invite all your friends over to spend the night. Asking price for that home is $36.5 million.

Weiner bought the Miami Beach property in 2016 for $20 million, according to property records. He plunked down $11.6 million for the Delray Beach home, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Brett Harris of Douglas Elliman is handling the Miami Beach listing, while Candace Friis of the Corcoran Group is repping the Delray Beach pad.

Rene Rodriguez has worked at the Miami Herald in a variety of roles since 1989. He currently writes for the business desk covering real estate and the city’s affordability crisis.
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