Palm Beach mansion goes to 40-year-old Daren Mitropoulos for $148 mln

Daren Mitropoulos, son of Greek-American billionaire investor Dean Mitropoulos, has paid $148 million to buy a historic beachfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida.

The 2,136-square-meter mansion on a 13,000-sq.m. plot belonged to the family of the late Canadian businessman William Penser, who died in 2021, according to information from The Wall Street Journal. Penser and his wife had purchased the property, which was designed and built in 1919, in 2003 for $12.1 million.

Forty-year-old Daren Mitropoulos invests in branded iconic properties and is, among other things, the owner of the Playboy mansion in Los Angeles.

In a statement published in the US newspaper, Mitropoulos describes his new acquisition as one of "Palm Beach's most historic architectural treasures."

"I am delighted to continue the tradition of preserving this jewel and ensuring that its...

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