Inside the Miami Beach penthouse that Kayak's CEO just bought for $21 million

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  • A penthouse at L'Atelier in Miami Beach is under contract for $21 million.
  • Kayak Software Group CEO Steve Hafner is the buyer.
  • It's still under constrution, but the renderings show off the building's amenities.


Steve Hafner, CEO of Kayak Software Group, has just bought a new penthouse for $21 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. Kayak Software Group is the parent company of the travel website Kayak.

Hafner's new penthouse is at the top of L'Atelier in Miami Beach, and it had originally been listed for $33 million in 2015 before being chopped to $25 million in 2016.

While construction isn't yet complete, renderings show that the penthouse takes up two floors and comes with a 40-foot-long pool. Take a look, below.

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Developers are aiming to have construction complete by late 2018.

Developers are aiming to have construction complete by late 2018.

There are 22-foot ceilings in the living and dining rooms.

There are 22-foot ceilings in the living and dining rooms.

On the second level, views from the home lead right out onto the ocean.

On the second level, views from the home lead right out onto the ocean.

Floor-to-wall windows make up much of the home.

Floor-to-wall windows make up much of the home.

"North Beach/Surfside is an up-and-coming area, and I think the penthouse is a good investment," Hafner told The Wall Street Journal.

"North Beach/Surfside is an up-and-coming area, and I think the penthouse is a good investment," Hafner told The Wall Street Journal.

Source: WSJ

All together, there's 16,500 square feet of space.

All together, there's 16,500 square feet of space.

The home has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

The home has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

Source: Miami Curbed

The penthouse takes up the 17th and 18th floor, along with the roof.

The penthouse takes up the 17th and 18th floor, along with the roof.

Units in L'Atelier start at $3.1 million, and 87% of the units have already been sold.

Units in L'Atelier start at $3.1 million, and 87% of the units have already been sold.

Source: WSJ

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