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

An interactive look at where the biggest deals were struck

Miami Beach was the king of pricey condo sales last week. The city saw five of the 10 most expensive condo closings — all over the span of four days — totaling $12.5 million, according to data from condo.com

Three of those units traded in one development: the former Canyon Ranch Hotel & Spa mega complex, now known as the Carillon Hotel & Spa, under its new owners Z Capital Partners.

The week’s most expensive sale was a penthouse in Bellini Williams Island, which closed for $4.2 million after spending 418 days on the market. Vivian Toppe of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell was the listing agent.

Moving down the list, prices stayed between the week’s high point of $4.2 million and its low of $1.86 million. The second most expensive sale, a $3 million unit at the Setai, blew the competition’s price per square foot out of the water — the unit closed for $2,473 per square foot.

There were 165 condo sales in Miami-Dade County, selling for a total of $74 million. The average price per unit was $453,131 and $845 per square foot — a new weekly high.

Here’s a breakdown of the data for the week of May 10 to May 16. Click on the map for more information: CondosandProperty_Updated

Most expensive 

Bellini Williams Island, Aventura | $4.2M | $845 psf | 418 days on market | Vivian Toppe of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell

Least expensive

Ocean One, Sunny Isles Beach | $1.86M | $714 psf | 86 days on market |Oney Santibanez of Beachfront Realty

Most days on market 

Canyon Ranch, Miami Beach | 426 days on market | $2.35M | $1,148 psf | Janice Christensen of Douglas Elliman

Least days on market 

Ocean One, Sunny Isles Beach | 86 days on market | $1.86M | $714 psf | Oney Santibanez of Beachfront Realty