Scarlett Johannson Donates Flamingo South Beach Condo Prize to Miami Children's Hospital
Developers Triple Donation With Three Units for MCH’s Use
Actress Scarlett Johansson, who recently won the Super Bowl promotion, “Find Your Fortune at Flamingo,” co-sponsored by Flamingo South Beach condominiums and Fortune International, announced today that she will donate the one-year lease on the three-bedroom condominium to Miami Children’s Hospital (MCH). The donated unit will be used by the hospital for families of out-of-town patients as a peaceful respite during their child’s treatments.
Upon hearing the news of Ms. Johansson’s generosity, Flamingo developer Michael Lerner of Chicago-based MCZ/Centrum, enhanced the donation by exchanging her three-bedroom lease for leases on three, one-bedroom units so that more families could benefit from the partnership.
“We are grateful to Ms. Johannson and Flamingo South Beach for their generosity. Our patients and their families will certainly benefit from having these lovely homes away from home while they are in town and under our care,” said Cynthia Gutierrez-White, spokesperson for Miami Children’s Hospital.
“We were delighted when Ms. Johansson held the magic key to win the ultimate Super Bowl prize,” said MCZ/Centrum developer Michael Lerner. “And we were even more impressed when she suggested donating her Flamingo condo to Miami Children’s Hospital. Both Flamingo South Beach and MCZ/Centrum are committed to giving back to communities in which we do business.”
About Miami Children’s Hospital:
Founded in 1950, Miami Children's Hospital is the only licensed specialty hospital for children in South Florida. Ranked by Child magazine among the best children’s hospitals in the nation, Miami Children's Hospital offers medical care and services for children from birth to age 21. The 275-bed medical facility has expertise in all aspects of pediatric medicine.
About Flamingo South Beach:
Perhaps Miami’s most legendary residence, Flamingo South Beach is one of the nation’s largest condominium conversions in history. The 1,688 unit, three-building, 16.5-acre campus is being re-envisioned by Chicago-based MCZ/Centrum with a $30 million rejuvenation under the design direction of the renowned Rockwell Group. With the South Tower nearing sell-out, the developer is poised to announce North Tower sales in the coming weeks. North Tower prices will range from the $200s to the $850s. For more information, contact Fortune International at (305) 531-2922 or visit www.flamingomiami.com.
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