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Who Lives in Palm Beach? Billionaire Row and Beyond


Billionaires Row. A 2018 aerial view south of ten oceanfront properties from 60 Blossom Way (Figulus IV, demolished) to 1482 South Ocean Boulevard at Widener’s Curve. Aerial courtesy Brian Lee/Woolly Mammoth Photography & Design.


The beachfront estate — with a couple of parcels on the Intracoastal Waterway — lies a quarter-mile south of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club on the stretch of South Ocean Boulevard known to locals as Billionaires Row.


Six hundred feet south of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago, the billionaire Jeff Greene presides over a fiefdom of his own.


Citadel CEO Kenneth Griffin, a hedge-fund manager, invested at least $350 million into his Palm Beach properties.


Leonard Lauder, the former CEO of the Estee Lauder Company, owns a Palm Beach house that his mother Estee had previously owned.

Thomas Peterffy, the digital trading pioneer and leader of Interactive Brokers Group, Inc (IBKR),


The Blackstone Group CEO Stephen Schwarzman, lives in New York City, he has a vacation home in Palm Beach.


Julia Koch and her family are the wealthiest people with ties to Palm Beach.

Daniel Gilbert, who owns the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans cofounder, bought two houses in Palm Beach, the newspaper reported. The houses together cost $43.25 million.

Stephen Ross, 79, who owns the Miami Dolphins, has two properties in Palm Beach. He bought one in 2002 and the other in 2015.

Fidelity Investments CEO Abigail Johnson, 58, was estimated to be worth $10.8 billion

Carl Icahn, 84, who founded Icahn Enterprises

Who Lives on Billionaires Row Palm Beach?


Famous homeowners in Palm Beach:

  • Vanilla Ice.

  • Bill Gates. This billionaire creator of the Microsoft empire owns a horse ranch in Wellington that he purchased for $8.5 million in 2013.

  • Jimmy Buffett.

  • Rod Stewart.

  • Donald Trump.


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Did you know?


John & Yoko’s owned a Palm Beach Mansion!

In 1980, the same year John Lennon was shot and killed outside his Dakota apartment building in New York City, he and wife, Yoko Ono, bought a beautiful oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida for $725,000. They only owned the house for six months, long enough to decide how they wanted to renovate it, before they had to return to New York. Sadly, it was the only time Lennon was able to enjoy it, as he was shot down before being able to return to Florida. Later after John’s death, Yoko returned to Palm Beach to complete the renovations and sold it in 1986. The home has recently been put on the market by its current owners for $47.5 million.

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