147th SW st , Miami
68 acre buy in Dade!
Leonard Abess, the former owner of City National Bank of Florida, bought 68 acres in western Miami-Dade County, adding to his massive portfolio of farmland.
A company tied to Abess bought the vacant land at Southwest 147th Street for $6 million, records show. Abess purchased the property from a company tied to Xavier Rosales Jr.
According to a South Florida Business Journal report from 2013, Abess has purchased over 1,100 acres of land in western Miami-Dade County. He has also owned other real estate in South Florida.
Abess sold his shares in City National Bank of Florida for more than $900 million to the Spanish bank Caja Madrid in 2009. After selling the bank, Abess gave his current and former employees a gift of $60 million. Abess’ generosity was heralded by the press and even President Obama.
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