Continuum Miami Beach unit sells threefold since opening

Three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo was listed for $8.9M

Jul.July 08, 2015 09:45 AM

A condo at the Continuum Miami Beach recently sold for $7.34 million, according to Miami-Dade County records.

The James A. LaBrie trust sold unit 2405, a 2,847-square-foot residence, to Continuum 2405 LLC, a Miami-based company. A mortgage for the sale was not recorded.

The southeast corner unit was listed for $8.9 million and includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms and more than 700 square feet of wraparound terrace, according to the MLS. It last sold for $2.447 million in December 2002, Miami-Dade property records show.

Lina Barcelo of One Sotheby’s brokered the deal. Barcelo told The Real Deal the sellers are moving to Delray Beach. The buyer, she said, is a Chicago investor who owns another unit in the building.

Continuum South is 40 stories tall. The Continuum was completed in 2002, and amenities include a full service beach club, tennis courts, two lagoon-style pools, a gym, spa and professional lap pool, according to the MLS.

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