Double unit at the Continuum North listed for $11M

Asking price breaks down to $3,088 per square foot

Mar.March 09, 2017 10:40 AM

Unit 1801 North. Inset: listing agent Jeff Miller

A combined unit at the Continuum South Beach just hit the market for the first time asking $10.8 million. 

Records show Continuum2 18N LLC, an entity controlled by James L. Sopko of Stuart, Florida and William E. Sopko of Euclid, Ohio, own the 3,497-square-foot condo in the north tower of the Continuum. James Sopko is a partner at KSL Attorneys in Stuart, and William Sopko shares his name with the owner of William Sopko and Sons Co., an Ohio manufacturing company with a location in Euclid. It’s unclear if they are the same person.

Jeff Miller of Brown Harris Stevens Zilbert is the listing agent for unit 1801 at 50 South Pointe Drive. Miller declined to comment on the sellers, only saying that, “they’ve lived in the Continuum since it was first built. It’s just time for them to move on and enjoy another city.”

The three-bedroom corner unit has four terraces, direct ocean and sunset views, as well as views up to Sunny Isles Beach. At 3,497 square feet, the asking price breaks down to $3,088 per square foot. “All of the premium units in the building are all selling between $2,500 and $3,000 a foot,” Miller said. “This is the highest floor available for sale with this square footage.”

Records show it last sold for $2.6 million.

The Continuum, at 50 and 100 South Pointe Drive, was developed by Ian Bruce Eichner’s Continuum Company in 2002 and 2008. Sieger Suarez Architects designed the two-tower condominium, which sits on a 12-acre property. Amenities include two lagoon pools, a spa and gym, and 1,000 feet of beach frontage.

Just last week, a New York hedge funder sold two units on the 34th floor of south tower for a total of $10 million, or for $2,420 per square foot and $1,591 per square foot.

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