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

Miami /
May.May 26, 2015 11:15 AM

Miami Beach had another good week for pricey sales, taking up just under half of last week’s most expensive condo closings in Miami-Dade County, according to data from condo.com.

Two of the city’s sales, including the priciest at $2.07 million, were in the Blue Diamond. The Blue and Green Diamonds are twin towers, both having 44 floors. The Melo family of developers have a history with the towers, having purchased several units in the complex.

The Courts at South Beach on Jefferson Avenue and Akoya on Collins Avenue also saw sales, with Miami Beach’s grand total for last week coming in at $6.6 million.

Individual sales for the week hovered between $2.1 million and $1 million, and prices per square foot were between $1,050 and $460.

The county as a whole saw 136 condo sales for a total of $47.5 million — a $26.5 million drop from the previous week. The average price per unit was $349,784 and the average price per square foot was $273, a considerable drop from the previous week’s high of $845 per square foot.

Here’s a breakdown of the data for the week of May 17 to May 23. Click on the map for more information:

Most expensive 

The Blue Diamond, Miami Beach | $2.07M | $1,044 psf | 466 days on market | Alfredo Plat of Gold Rose Realty

Least expensive

Towers of Key Biscayne, Key Biscayne| $1.09M | $773 psf | 113 days on market | Maria Vina Rodriguez of EWM Realty International

Most days on market 

The Blue Diamond, Miami Beach | 466 days on market | $2.07M | $1,044 psf | Alfredo Plat of Gold Rose Realty

Least days on market 

Casa Del Mar, Key Biscayne | 50 days on market | $1.2M | $640 psf | Jacquelyn Cue of The Keyes Company

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