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

Closing prices in the top 10 deals ranged from $370k to $1.55M
By Katherine Kallergis | September 19, 2017 01:45PM

A holiday weekend, hurricane preparations, the storm itself and the aftermath took a toll on condo sales in Miami-Dade County over the past two weeks.

In Miami-Dade, 52 units sold over the last couple of weeks for $15.6 million, a drop in the bucket compared to the previous week’s $62 million. The average prices were about $301,000 per unit and $260 per square foot.

Closing prices in the top 10 deals ranged from $370,000 to $1.55 million.

The most expensive unit to sell was at Baylights in Miami Beach. Penthouse 1 sold for $1.55 million, or more than $600 per square foot, with Peter Chadwick of Keller Williams Miami Beach Realty. It features a rooftop with a hot tub, kitchen area and full bathroom, as well as a private elevator and high-end finishes, according to the listing.

The runner up was the $1.45 million sale of unit 1602 at Grove Hill in Coconut Grove. The  1,910-square-foot unit sold after only 48 days on the market with listing agent Alfonso Gil Silva of the Keyes Co.

Here’s a breakdown of the data from Sept. 3 to Sept. 16. Click on the map for more information:

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Most expensive

Baylights Condo #PH1, Miami Beach | 1,032 days on market | $1.55M | $616 psf | Listing agent: Peter Chadwick of Keller Williams Miami Beach Realty

Least expensive 

Le Parc #1106, Brickell | 301 days on market | $370k | $429 psf | Listing agent: Rodrigo Fortuna of Fortuna International Realty

Most days on market

Baylights Condo #PH1, Miami Beach | 1,032 days on market | $1.55M | $616 psf | Listing agent: Peter Chadwick of Keller Williams Miami Beach Realty

Least days on market

Doral Colony Phase 4, Doral | 29 days on market | $465k | $189 psf | Listing agent: Mary Shockley of Trump International Realty