Bill Dean: Miami Bound And Ready To Party
For $40 million, Bill Dean has constructed what The Wall Street Journal is calling the “ultimate party pad.”
Vacationers on spring break experience that much-needed getaway where a little sun, some booze and a lifestyle of luxury temporarily makes reality fade away. Replacing it is a dream world of warm sand, lively beaches and the perfect balance between partying and relaxation.
For 48-year-old bachelor Bill Dean, that spring break dream world has become his reality. An article written by Arian Campo-Flores reports that the chief executive officer of M.C. Dean Inc., a Virginia-based engineering-services company, is moving from his Georgetown estate in Washington to a newly renovated “party pad” in Miami Beach.
Everything from the rooftop bar to the 600 feet of water frontage that houses not one, but two yachts confirms that Dean is committed to partying. He bought the 11,745-square-foot home in the ultimate party destination — Miami Beach — and spent $32 million on renovations, on top of the $8 million he spent initially on the estate. The house is equipped with an enormous outdoor pool, a poolside nightclub and four hot tubs.
Party too hard the night before? No problem. Dean included a spa on the opposite corner of the property so guests can recover after a night spent at his not-so-humble abode.
For Dean and his ultimate party pad, a night out really means a night in, as the CEO need not leave home to experience the glamour of Miami nightlife. Literally built to entertain, this mansion is any partier’s dream home.