Miami-Dade County’s condo market held steady during the second week of October and even saw three multimillion-dollar closings.
The week’s priciest sale was unit 1902-2 at the ICON South Beach, which sold for $8.4 million, or $2,059 per square foot. Adriana Pinto Torres of Douglas Elliman had the listing, which featured oak wood floors, Fendi furniture, Swarovski chandeliers and a Creston smart home system. The unit was on the market for 316 days before selling.
Coming in at the No. 2 spot was unit 4001 at the Jade Beach condo tower in Sunny Isles Beach, which sold for $2.95 million. The unit boasts ocean views and modern style, with new appliances and floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Listing agent Gigi Nachman of First Realty of Miami closed the deal after 400 days. Its price breaks down to $1,232 per square foot.
And the week’s final sale above $2 million was for unit 2605 at Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach. It traded for $2.48 million, or $1,120 per square foot, and features marble floors and ocean views. Akopyan Vyacheslav of Carrington Real Estate Services had the listing, which closed after 287 days.
The remaining seven units of the week’s top 10 priciest condo sales ranged between $1.9 million and $750,000.
Miami-Dade saw a total of 114 condos sell last week for $45.18 million — a slight decrease from the previous week’s 127 sales and $46.27 million. Average prices were $396,317 per unit and $265 per square foot.
ICON South Beach, Miami Beach | $8.4M | $2,059 psf | 316 days on market | Adriana Pinto Torres of Douglas Elliman
Golden Pointe, Aventura | $750,000 | $300 psf | 260 days on market | Scott Patterson of EWM
Most days on market
Jade Beach, Sunny Isles Beach | 400 days on market | $2.95M | $1,232 psf | Gigi Nachman of First Realty of Miami
Least days on market
Carbonell, Brickell Key | 40 days on market | $860,000 | $571 psf | Nancy Yialouris of Yialouris Group Realty