Miami-Dade condo sales dropped last week thanks in part to the Thanksgiving holiday.
The county recorded 80 closings for a total of $24.2 million, nearly half of the $42 million sales volume recorded the previous week. Condos sold for an average price of about $302,000 or $265 per square foot.
The priciest deal was at the Trump Palace in Sunny Isles Beach. Unit 1501 sold for $1.29 million, or $605 per foot, after a little more than four months on the market. David Lee had the listing, and Lea Rubin represented the buyer of the three-bedroom, 2,143-square-foot unit. The condo development was completed in 2006 by a partnership between the Trump Organization and Dezer Development.
The second most expensive deal was at the Reserve at Marina Palms in Aventura. Unit 1911 sold for $1.1 million, or $529 per square foot. Elena Chacon represented the seller and Melanie Tenenbaum brought the buyer.
Here’s a breakdown of the top 10 sales from Nov. 18 to Nov. 24. Click on the map for more information:
Trump Palace, Sunny Isles Beach | #1501 | 139 days on market | $1.29M | $605 psf | Listing agent: David Lee | Buyer’s agent: Lea Rubin
St Tropez, Sunny Isles Beach | #1-TH403 | 65 days on market | $600k | $289.5 psf | Listing and buyer’s agent: Renato de Azeredo Mendonca
Most days on market
Towers of Key Biscayne, Key Biscayne | #F1007 | 621 days on market | $875k | $491 psf | Listing agent and buyer’s agent: Ileana Puig
Fewest days on market
One Paraiso, Miami | #1001 | 59 days on market | $1.08M | $464 psf | Listing agent: Gustavo Cabrera | Buyer’s agent: Ana Anauate Hirschbruch