Motorola heir Christopher Calvin and his wife Cindy Budds Calvin chose the island life.

The couple put their Bristol apartment up for sale a year after an entity linked to them bought their Palm Beach waterfront estate for $46 million west palm beach $29 million, wall street journal report.

Agents Pat McInerney and Sylvia James of Brown Harris Stevens are listing unit 2203 at 1100 South Flagler Drive.

Bardes Galvin told the outlet they purchased the unit in 2018 when the couple moved to South Florida. The couple’s Delaware entity, Grandin LLC, sold the apartment in 2020 for $12.2 million, records show. Bardes Galvin told the publication that the couple spent about $10 million on renovations and furniture.

The listing for the nearly 5,000-square-foot unit includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms and one-and-a-half bathrooms furnished, it showed. 69 units, 25 floors Bristol Completed in 2019, its amenities include a dog park, salon, gym, pool, lounge and two spas.

Last month, senior attorney Alfred Engelberg and his wife, Gail Engelberg, took the $19.8 million.

It’s been a long time since the Motorola flip phone was the pinnacle of technological excellence, but that didn’t matter to the Calvins. Christopher Galvin, grandson of Motorola founder Paul Galvin, led the company until he was ousted by the board in 2003. Shortly after he left office, the entire Calvin family sold stock magazines worth about $720 million, according to a Chicago report. Not long after, the company struggled with the launch of smartphones.

Galvin, his brother Michael and father Bob formed their firm Harrison Street Real Estate Capital in 2005.

Bardes Galvin is principal of Palm Beach-based interior design firm Bardes Interiors.

The couple has been linked to two properties in Palm Beach.A Delaware LLC associated with the Calvin family purchased the waterfront estate on Everglades Island from financier Jeffrey Walker at 662 Island Drive $46 million Last June.The 9,600-square-foot mansion spans 150 feet of waterfront facing the historic Tarpon Island mansion Currently listed for $218 million.

The same LLC also bought a non-waterfront home at 101 Gulfstream Road last May for $23.9 million. Since 2020, Galvin-related entities have spent at least $82.1 million on Palm Beach County real estate.

–– Kate Hinsher

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