Lenny Kravitz has made his mark on Miami Beach and maybe it’s his time to move on. What we mean is, Kravitz just put his Miami home up for sale but lets go back. Lenny Kravitz was behind the Delano Hotel’s chic piano lounge, Florida Room. The Florida Room was opened in Decemeber 2007 and has remained popular on the South Beach social circuit. In 2008, Kravitz designed a full recording studio in the luxurious Setai Hotel. The Setai Recording Studio is a 2,500 square foot, two-story penthouse featuring the latest music equipment and Atlantic Ocean views.
Kravitz purchased a Sunset Island 2 property in 2001, for a reported $8.9 million. In 2005 the Sunset Island 2 property was sold to developer Steve Muss for $14.5 million. Kravitz the retreated to his Biscayne Point property which he had purchased in 1997 for $725,000. The 5,717 square foot Biscayne Point home has three bedrooms and three baths. Plus, a personal recording studio and a rockstar white fur and mirrored lounge. Lenny Kravitz just listed the property on the market for $2.85 million. Biscayne Point is a guard-gated neighborhood that is just 10 minutes north of South Beach. For those of you channeling your inner-rockstar, buy Lenny Kravitz’s house. Then add alcohol, loud music, topless girls and voile, a rockstar is born. Where will Kravitz go next?