Pomes Miami Beach Inc. paid $29.17 million for unit PH-A, according to a deed filed in Miami-Dade records on Monday. More information on the company is not available in state or county records.
Faena 10B LLC also closed on a unit in the 18-story tower this week. The LLC paid $10 million for the 5, 466-square-foot unit, which includes at least four bedrooms and five bathrooms.
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Records link the buyer to Herman Kay Company, a New York-based apparel manufacturer. A third-generation, family-owned business, the firm holds the license to manufacture and market coats and outerwear for such brands as BCBG, DVF, London Fog, Michael Kors and Anne Klein.