Icon South Beach penthouse sells for $15M

The Jills brokered the sale of the triplex with private nine-car garage

Jun.June 10, 2013 01:00 PM

A penthouse at Icon South Beach in Miami Beach sold for $15 million to an overseas buyer, according to the sale’s broker, Jill Eber, one half of the Coldwell Banker power-agent pair, The Jills.

“It’s absolutely stunning and completely raw – no bathrooms, nothing,” Eber told The Real Deal. “It’s all glass with 360-degree views,” she said, along with another peculiar feature – a nine-car garage.

The triplex boasts more than 8,000 square feet, including a private pool and elevator, roof-top terraces, huge skylights and floor-to-ceiling windows on each floor, the brokers said.

Icon South Beach was among a trio of Icon towers designed by Phillipe Starck and developed by the Related Group. A 35-story tower is linked to a 40-story tower in an S shape.

Three-bedroom units at the complex list starting at $1.2 million, according to the building’s website. –Emily Schmall

Correction: This article has been revised to correct the name of the building where the penthouse was sold. It was the Icon South Beach, not the Icon Brickell, as was previously stated. The name was misprinted in publicity materials announcing the sale.

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