Radio Hall of Famer Tom Joyner sells oceanfront mansion for $19M

Radio Hall of Famer Tom Joyner sells oceanfront mansion for $19M

Radio Hall of Fame member Tom Joyner , often known as “The Fly Jock,” soared away from Golden Beach with a hefty profit after selling his oceanfront mansion for $19 million.

Joyner sold the 7,340-square-foot home at 469 Ocean Blvd. to GB Miami Investments LLC, managed by Daniel Gonzalez Jr. Miami-based Altamar Financial Group provided a $10.8 million mortgage to the buyer.

Dina Goldentayer of Douglas Elliman brokered the deal. The price equated to $2,589 a square foot.

The home was listed for $20 million in May, so it didn’t take too long for it to sell for just under the list price. Typically, homes over $15 million are on the market for nine months to a year, but there’s been strong demand from wealthy people moving to coastal Miami-Dade County over the past year.

Joyner purchased the home for $10.5 million in 2015 and recently completed a $7.5 million renovation.

Built on the 14,050-square-foot lot in 2007, the home features five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, an art gallery, a pool, a balcony, a summer kitchen, a cabana, and a fitness room with a boxing ring. The master bedroom and bathroom take up the entire third floor.

Joyner retired in 2019 following 25 years of leading his syndicated radio program “The Tom Joyner Morning Show.” He spent eight years of his career flying between Dallas and Chicago daily to host radio shows in both cities, earning the nicknames “The Fly Jock” and “The Hardest Working Man in Radio.” Those trips were no longer necessary when he signed a nationally syndicated radio deal with ABC Radio in 1994 and created his signature program.

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