The week in luxury: A map of Miami-Dade’s priciest condo sales

Closing prices in the top 10 deals ranged from $888k to $5.05M

TRD MIAMI /
Apr.April 11, 2017 04:30 PM

Condo sales volume in Miami-Dade dropped during the first full week of April compared to the previous week.

Again, the most expensive unit to sell last week was at the Mansions at Acqualina. Unit 1702, the biggest condo of the 10 priciest sales, sold for $5.05 million or $933 per square foot after more than 300 days on the market with Lorraine Bello of Aventura Real Estate. Mansions was completed in 2015 by the Trump Group (of no relation to the president).

Trailing behind the Acqualina unit was #7936 at Oceanside Fisher Island. The 2,630-square-foot condo traded hands for nearly $837 per square foot. It was listed with Lazaro Rivero of the Rivero Group for 86 days before the deal closed for $2.2 million.

The county saw 193 condos sell last week for $67 million. That marks a decrease from last week’s $95 million. Average prices were about $348,000 per unit and $262 per square foot.

Closing prices in the top 10 deals ranged from $888,000 to $5.05 million.

Here’s a breakdown of the data for the week of April 2 to April 9. Click on the map for more information:

Most expensive

Mansions at Acqualina #1702, Sunny Isles Beach | 306 days on market | $5.05M | $933 psf | Listing agent: Lorraine Bello of Aventura Real Estate

Least expensive 

400 Sunny Isles #901, Sunny Isles Beach | 401 days on market | $888,000 | $423 psf | Listing agent: Andres Gomez of Pulse International Realty

Most days on market

400 Sunny Isles #901, Sunny Isles Beach | 401 days on market | $888,000 | $423 psf | Listing agent: Andres Gomez of Pulse International Realty

Least days on market

The Setai #2003, Miami Beach | 84 days on market | $1.35M | $1,760 psf | Listing agent: Cecilia Solorzano of Setai Realty


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