On Miami Beach, the evening of March 1st, the birthday party for William H. Dean, CEO of the Washington, DC based engineering firm MC Dean was a superb soiree. Guests were treated to open bars set up throughout the property, waiters provided delectable hors d’oeuvres and there was live entertainment as well. Libation, tempting food and music – a party trio carried out with uncommon savoir faire, making for an evening par excellence.
The evening provided Mr. Dean a chance to show off his new home – complete with changes and upgrades – the Miami Beach mansion known as Terra Veritatis, located on Pine Tree Drive. The property went through a reported two year, 47 million dollar renovation process. Today, it stands as one of the most expensive properties in the city’s history.
At the fandango, we had the pleasure of CYInterviewing one of Miami’s most prominent entrepreneurs, Michael Capponi of the Capponi Construction Group. He lent a deft hand in remodeling of Mr. Dean’s home.
We also spoke with Sarah Arison, of the National YoungArts Foundation, who was responsible for the evening’s entertainment. Both CYInterviews will be out this month.
Additionally, we met one of Miami’s most famous real estate developers and businessmen, Thomas Kramer. You can see our photo above. Entertainment-wise, many will recall Mr. Kramer from an episode of season two of The Real Housewives of Miami. It was during that episode that a dinner party was held at his home, for the housewives. Below you can see photos from the evening’s invitation-only event and take a peek at this amazing piece of Miami Beach real estate.
You can find more information about Michael Capponi at his official website here.
You can find more information about the National YoungArts Foundation here.
You can find more information about Thomas Kramer at his official website is here.
You can email Chris Yandek at ChrisYandek@CYInterview.com Chris is available for interviews to comment on anything featured on CYInterview.
You can follow Chris Yandek on Twitter here.