The week in luxury: A map of Miami-Dade’s priciest condo sales
The last week of June saw drooping condo sales across Miami-Dade County, though a handful of hotshots scored some multimillion dollar closings, according to data from condo.com
For the first time this month, a unit in Key Biscayne topped the list for the county’s most expensive condo sale. The unit, No. 705 in Ocean Tower Two, traded for both the highest dollar amount and price per square foot, totaling $3.3 million and $1,070 per square foot. Giulietta Ulloa of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell had the listing, which was on the market for 204 days.
Another Key Biscayne sale was the quickest of the week: Brigitte Nachtigall of Great Properties International closed out her listing at the Grand Bay Tower just over three weeks after it hit the market, and within $200,000 of the asking price — the final price was $2.65 million.
After those two sales, prices for the week’s most expensive units hovered between $1 million and $2.3 million. The units were scattered around Miami-Dade, with concentrations in Sunny Isles Beach and Key Biscayne.
Condo sales throughout the rest of the county fared worse than the week’s star closings. A total of 135 condos were sold throughout the county, down 55 from the previous week, and the average price per sale was $374,621, or $268 per square foot — also down roughly $37,000.
Ocean Tower Two, Key Biscayne | $3.3M | $1,070 psf | 204 days on market | Giulietta Ulloa of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell
Pinnacle, Sunny Isles Beach | $1.075M | $613 psf | 307 days on market | Alvaro Minor of Optimar International Realty
Most days on market
Grand Bay Tower, Key Biscayne | 22 days on market | $2.65M | $933 psf | Brigitte Nachtigall of Great Properties International
Least days on market
Ocean Two, Sunny Isles Beach| 627 days on market | $2.275M | $853 psf | Marina Amis of Florida Best Realty