New York investment firm head Tufairiello buys Boca Raton mansion for $11M

New York investment firm head Tufairiello buys Boca Raton mansion for $11M

Anthony Tufariello , the chairman and CEO of New York-based Versant Investment Management, purchased a mansion along the Intracoastal Waterway in Boca Raton for $11.1 million.

Joseph H. Perez , who is listing in state records as the managing member of Yachting Partners International in Weston, sold the 9,616-square-foot home at 2401 Spanish River Road. The deal was brokered by Joseph G. Liguori , Carmen N. D’Angelo Jr. and Gerard P. Liguori of Premier Estate Properties. The price equated to $1,154 a square foot.

The home last traded for $7.65 million in 2013, so it had a nice gain in value amid a flurry of luxury sales in Boca Raton.

The home was built on the 0.49-acre site in 2000. It features five bedrooms, six bathrooms, two half-bathrooms, a balcony, a pool, a dock, a summer kitchen and an elevator. It has 150 feet of frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway.

In September, Tufariello sold a home elsewhere in Boca Raton for $10 million. His new home is considerably larger.

Tufariello leads Versant Investment Management, an investment advisory firm that focuses on commercial real estate. Prior to that, he was co-chief investment officer of commercial real estate at Fortress Investment Capital and global head of securitized products at Morgan Stanley.

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