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

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May.May 04, 2015 01:30 PM

The month of May started with a bang for luxury condo sales, with an $8.5 million unit in South Beach taking the top spot for the most expensive sale in Miami-Dade County. Total sales across the county last week matched April’s monthly high of $90 million, signaling that the weather isn’t the only thing heating up in Miami, according to data from condo.com.

The $8.5 million sale was unit 3204 at the Continuum South Beach. It had been on the market for roughly four months before selling for a whopping $3,388 per square foot. Michael Candito of Candito Realty had the listing.

Prices stayed above $1.5 million for the week’s most expensive sales. Two units sold at the Continuum, the Santa Maria in Brickell and Ocean Two in Sunny Isles.

Total sales in the county reached $90.43 million over 217 condo sales. The previous week had 157 sales for $53.3 million. The average price per unit was $416,314 — nearly $100,000 more than the previous week — and $284 per square foot.

Here’s a breakdown of the data for the week of April 26 to May 2. Click on the map for more information:

Most expensive 

Continuum South Tower, South Beach | $8.5M | $3,388 psf | 112 days on market |  Michael Candito of Candito Realty

Least expensive

Hidden Bay, Aventura| $1.55M | $379 psf | 34 days on market | Denise Rubin of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Realty

Most days on market 

Murano at Portofino, Miami Beach | 312 days on market | $2.05M | $1,144 psf | Katrina Campins of Trump International Realty

Least days on market 

Hidden Bay, Aventura| 34 days on market | $1.55M | $379 psf | Denise Rubin of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Realty

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