A music executive sold his Miami Beach pad for $24.75 million, a waterfront slice of South Beach known for housing celebrities and corporate chiefs. Eric Dalius and his wife Kimberly Dalius sold their two-story house at 3114 North Bay Road on Wednesday, according to a statement from Gary Hennes Realtors, the brokerage firm that represented the buyer. Dalius oversees the application MuzicSwipe — a music content-sharing platform — as its executive chairman. The couple sold their home to Home Sweet Home Revocable Trust in order to downsize in another Miami Beach residence. The house sits steps away from several noteworthy homes, including Phil Collins’ former residence — the English singer sold his house to Thoma Bravo billionaire co-founder Orlando Bravo in 2021 for $40 million — and another house with 11 bedrooms that Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck rented for $130,000 a month in spring 2021 before tying the knot last July.