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The week in luxury: A map of Miami-Dade’s priciest condo sales

An interactive look at where the biggest deals were struck

April 13, 2015 03:45PM
By Sean Stewart-Muniz

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Last week’s luxury condo sales in Miami-Dade County slowed down again, with a few high-priced highlights and a few sub-$1 million closings, according to data from

The week’s most expensive sale was a unit in Fisher Island’s Oceanside tower, which traded for $5.5 million. The unit had been on the market for over a year, but more than doubled its last sale price of $2.62 million in 2009. Lazaro Rivero of Rivero Real Estate had the listing.

A penthouse in Three Tequesta Point was the second most expensive sale last week, at about half of the price of Fisher Island sale. The residence, which was listed by Bert Velunza of Velunza-Realtors, sold for $2.3 million.

Prices dropped gradually after Velunza’s listing, dropping a few-hundred-thousand dollars per listing until the week’s low of $925,000.

Sales were also down throughout the county after last week’s blowout $90.43 million spent on 217 condo sales. This week totaled $50 million from 127 sales.  The average sale price was $393,939 and the average price per square foot was $287.

Here’s a breakdown of the data for the week of April 5 to April 11. Click on the map for more information: CondosandProperty_Updated

Most expensive 

Oceanside, Fisher Island | $5.5M | $1,489 psf | 368 days on market | Lazaro Rivero of Rivero Real Estate

Least expensive

Towers of Key Biscayne, Key Biscayne |  $925,000 | 171 days on market | $519 psf | Rodolfo Sori of Newstart Brokers

Most days on market 

Balmoral Condo, Bal Harbour | 657 days on market | $1.2M | $571 psf | Yana Franz of Dynamic Realty Group

Least days on market 

Ocean Two, Sunny Isles | 50 days on market | $1.25M | $650 psf | Lucas Satten of Atlantic & Pacific Real Estate