Manuel Drezner – Net Worth, Age, Bio, Family, Birthday, Wiki!

Manuel is the landlord of the 12th apartment in the Florida condo that collapsed. To know more about him, look at the following article. We briefly describe his age, profession, career, biography, personal life, and more.


He was out of the public spotlight before the Florida condo collapse. He has made headlines for the court case he filed about the same collapse incident. The suit, filed just before 11:30 p.m. Thursday in Miami-Dade County, seeks to “compensate the victims of this unbelievable loss.” Apart from that, his existence remains unnoticed.

Miami Building Collapse

On June 24, 2021, at 1:30 a.m. EDT, the Miami Building and Champlain Tower were almost destroyed. It is a 12-story structure in the Miami suburb of Surfside, Florida, USA. According to a Florida media reporter, the collapsed condo building in Surfside, Florida, was in an area that had been sinking slightly since the 1990s, but sinking alone would not have caused a collapse. Here’s everything we could fit into this morning’s building report. Four people have been confirmed dead, with over 150 still missing at the scene. Nathan Reiber built the Champlain Tower and two other buildings, Champlain Towers North and Champlain Towers East, in 1981.

He filed petitions alleging that the ‘Champlain Towers South Condominium Association failed to “properly protect the lives and property.” The condo association, according to the suit, failed to prevent the disaster and ended in failure to monitor the building and tasks that led to the collapse.

Manuel Drezner Wife and Family

There are no media reports on Manuel’s family or wife.

The owner of the Florida apartment has not made any public statements about his personal life. Except for his recent actions, Manuel has maintained a low-key profile.

Manuel Drezner Net Worth

Manuel Drezner’s total net worth is unknown. He could have made much money throughout his life because he owned the 12th apartment in Miami’s Floria-Condo, Champlain Tower. Manuel Drezner filed a $5 million legal battle claiming that the Florida condo collapse was life-threatening.