Condo sales in Miami-Dade County had a great start to the month of June, with total sales volume blowing past the last week of May and average prices on the rise, according to data from condo.com
The county’s most expensive sales, however, continued to hover in the $1 million to $2 million price range — with one major exception. Monica Harvey of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell closed on a $6.9 million deal for a unit in the Continuum condo complex in South Beach. The unit had been on the market for 421 days, and was sold for significantly less than its original asking price of $9 million, but Harvey’s sale still nearly tripled the price of the next most-expensive unit in the county.
A $2.4 million penthouse in The Gables Club was the runner-up for last week’s most expensive sale. The unit, which sold in just more than three months, was listed by Helen Nicastri of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate.
Sale prices were so close this week that the third and fourth on the list were only $20,000 apart, and the following two tied with closings of $1.6 million. Miami Beach was dethroned as the city with the most luxury sales, ending a three-week run.
Throughout the county, 180 condos were sold last week for a total of $71 million — a $26 million increase from the week before. Average sale prices were $397,802 and the average price per square foot was $294.
Continuum South Tower, Miami Beach | $6.9M | $2,071 psf | 421 days on market | Monica Harvey of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell
Ritz-Carlton Resort, Bal Harbour | $1.1M | $959 psf | 212 days on market | Heloisa Arazi of AMG International Realty Corp.
Most days on market
Continuum South Tower, Miami Beach | 421 days on market | $6.9M | $2,071 psf | Monica Harvey of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell
Least days on market
Pinnacle, Sunny Isles Beach | 32 days on market | $1.125M | $642 psf | Lea Rubin of Beachfront Realty