Grand Venetian PH in Miami Beach listed for $13M

Original owner since Grand Venetian opened in 2002

TRD MIAMI /
Feb.February 18, 2015 11:15 AM

A penthouse in Miami Beach’s Grand Venetian just hit the market for nearly $13 million after it went through a $2 million renovation, The Real Deal has learned. 

Horacio LeDon of Douglas Elliman is the listing agent for Penthouse 4. LeDon told TRD that the tower’s location on Belle Isle keeps it close to the beach but separate from the “touristy feel” of Collins Avenue.

The 4,700-square-foot condo was converted into a smart home, with digital controls for climate, window shades and speakers that are embedded into its walls. The floors are new and lighting has been replaced by fixtures from Kreon, a Belgian architectural lighting company. The condo’s master bedroom comes equipped with a fireplace.

The corner penthouse has 20-foot ceilings and an unobstructed view of the ocean.

LeDon said the unit has been gathering a lot of interest, especially with the recent Miami International Boat Show bringing in traffic.

“More and more people are wanting to be in Sunset Harbour, especially since Lincoln Road has become more commercialized,” he said.

The Grand Venetian, at 10 Venetian Way, was built in 2002 and is 25 stories. The luxury tower was designed by Kobi Karp.


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