Miami-Dade County’s most expensive luxury condo sales last week were led by two units in the Murano Grande, which sold for a combined $14.1 million, according to data from condo.com.
The top spot belongs to Penthouse B in the Miami Beach condo tower, which traded for $8.5 million. Jill Hertzberg of The Jills, a Coldwell Banker real estate team, had the listing. The next most expensive sale, also at Murano Grande, was almost $3 million below Hertzberg’s closing. Mark Zilbert of Zilbert International Realty had the $5.6 million listing for unit 2101.
Between $2 million and $3 million was a popular price point for last week’s sales, with half of the list falling in that range. Four of the units had also been on the market for close to a year, with the quickest sale closing in just over two months.
There were 217 recorded sales in Miami-Dade, up 73 from the previous week, totaling $90.43 million. The average sale price was $416,314 and the average price per square foot was $284.
Murano Grande, Miami Beach | $8.5M | $1,941 psf | 169 days on market | Jill Hertzberg of Coldwell Banker
Icon South Beach, Miami Beach | $1.32M | $912 psf | 68 days on market | Julian Cohen of Coldwell Banker
Most days on market
Trump Tower, Sunny Isles Beach | 358 days on market | $1.57M | $755 psf | Raul Santidrian of Douglas Elliman
Least days on market
Icon South Beach, Miami Beach | 68 days on market | $1.32M | $912 psf | Julian Cohen of Coldwell Banker