Fort Partners, Theory, Hewlett Packard Bosses Buy, Sell Homes


In the latest roundup of residential sales, executives from Fort Partners, Theory and Hewlett Packard Enterprise bought and sold homes across South Florida.

Deals spanned Surfside to Wellington, and prices ranged from $6.9 million to $13 million.


Fort Partners principal Ramzi Achi sold a unit at Four Season Residences at the Surf Club to Andrew Rosen, co-founder and former CEO of Theory. 

Achi and his wife, Ximena Penuela, sold unit S-910 at 9001 Collins Avenue in Surfside to Rosen for $6.9 million, records show. Penuela, who is an agent with Fort Partners’ Fort Realty, had the listing. Jordan Karp of Jordan Karp LLC brought the buyer.

Achi’s Fort Partners developed Surf Club Four Seasons and completed it in 2017. The couple bought the unit for $2.7 million in 2019, records show. The 1,900-square-foot condo has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and one half-bathroom, according to property records. Achi and Penuela listed the unit for $7.7 million in December, Redfin shows. 

The deal mark’s Rosen’s second purchase at Surf Club Four Seasons. Records show he bought the neighboring unit S-909  for $5.2 million in 2017.

Surf Club Four Seasons, which includes a 72-key hotel, two 12-story condo buildings, a private club, four swimming pools, a gym and a Thomas Keller restaurant, is popular among luxury buyers. Earlier this month, venture capitalist Eric Kenneth Seiff bought a Surf Club condo for $24 million

Fort Lauderdale

Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Antonio Neri sold a waterfront Fort Lauderdale house for $9 million. 

Records show Neri sold the house at 2 Fiesta Way to Chippewa Land LLC, a Michigan entity registered to Stephen Barr, CEO of Hollingsworth Logistics. 

Senada Adzem of Douglas Elliman had the listing, and Tim Elmes of Compass brought the buyer. 

Neri, who has been CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise since 2018, bought the Fiesta Way house for $8.5 million in 2021, according to property records. Built in 2020 on a quarter-acre, the 5,800-square-foot house has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and one half-bathroom according to the listing. It also has a pool and a 220-foot wrap-around dock, the listing shows.

Neri listed the house for $11 million in November, Redfin shows. 


Fossil fuel and fertilizer mogul Robert P. Jornayvaz III sold a Wellington estate for $13 million.

Records show Jornayvaz’s 2981 Hurlingham LLC sold the house at 2981 Hurlingham Drive to another entity named for the address and managed by Joan Jacobs. Jacobs is married to Lou Jacobs, the co-CEO of hospitality and food service firm Delaware North, based in Buffalo, New York.

Bradley Scherer of Atlantic Western Realty Companies had the listing, and Amy Carr of Engel & Völkers brought the buyer.

Jornayvaz is executive chairman of Intrepid Potash and Intrepid Oil & Gas. He bought the estate in the gated Palm Beach Polo community for $6.1 million in 2012, records show. The 1.15-acre estate includes a 7,500-square-foot home that was built in 2000, according to property records. It has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and one half-bathroom. The home also has a pool.

Jornayvaz listed the property for $15 million in September, Redfin shows. 

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