Apogee corner penthouse lists for $20M

Unit 2104 is on the corner of the tower, with 270-degree views

Aug.August 18, 2015 04:30 PM

An Apogee South Beach penthouse has hit the market for $19,975,250, The Real Deal has learned.

Nelson Gonzalez, of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell, has the listing for unit 2104, a lower penthouse at the South-of-Fifth tower at 800 South Pointe Drive in Miami Beach.

The 4,154-square-foot corner condo has three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. It also has 2,441 square feet of terraces with 270 degree views, according to the listing.

“It’s on the 04 line, the best line in the building, because it faces the southwest, with views of downtown, Fisher Island and the ocean on the left, with no obstructions,” Gonzalez told TRD.

The unit features raked granite and hand plaster walls, concrete floors, Kreon lighting, a surround system, private elevator, a large master suite with ocean views and open kitchen.

According to Miami-Dade property records, the unit was last purchased in June 2013 for $12.4 million by SF 800 Pointe LLC, an entity linked to Forrest G. McSurdy of Key Biscayne. McSurdy served as general counsel for the law firm of David J. Stern, the disbarred foreclosure attorney in Plantation.

The latest listing at the Apogee follows another for $13.45 million, which hit the market last month. Unit 801, a 4,154-square-foot condo, is being listed by Julian Johnston of Calibre International Realty.

The Apogee South Beach was completed in 2008 by the Related Group. Apogee’s amenities include enclosed garage space for residents, a swimming pool and deck, gym, spa, valet and concierge services.

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