The Real Deal Miami

South Miami Beach triplex apartment sells for $9.9 million

May 27, 2009 03:45PM

A triplex penthouse apartment in the South Tower at the Continuum in Miami Beach has just sold for $9.9 million and took just 48 hours to close after being on the market since 2007. The buyers were referred by Wall Street-based brokerage firm Platinum Properties, who helped expedite the successful negotiations. “Our buyer was looking for an exclusive apartment at a luxurious destination along the water, and we are proud to have helped him find his dream residence atop the Continuum — a home he was so excited about, he actually closed and relocated in just a matter of days,” said Khashy Eyn, Platinum’s CEO and president. The oceanfront, 7,400-square-foot apartment has five bedrooms, seven and a half baths, and boasts panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, Fisher Island and Downtown Miami. The space also features 26-foot floor-to-ceiling windows, more than 6,000 square feet of outdoor terraces, and a private rooftop pool with an outdoor theater system. TRD