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

Top 10 sales ranged from $705K to $2.2M

Miami-Dade County recorded higher condo sales last week but a lower sales volume thanks to a decline in ultra high-end condo closings.

More than 100 closings were recorded for a total of $38.6 million, a significant drop in sales volume from previous week’s 82 closings for $69 million. Condos last week sold for an average price of about $339,000 or $287 per square foot.

The most expensive deal to close was at the north tower of the Carillon in Miami Beach. Unit 606/607, a combined unit, traded hands for $2.2 million, or $614 per foot. It was on the market with Dale Hamel and the buyer was represented by Juan Alvarez. The four-bedroom, 3,615-square-foot unit was listed for 136 days before it sold.

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The second highest sale also spent the longest time on the market of the top 10 condo deals. Unit 3901 at the Pinnacle sold for $1.9 million, or nearly $500 per foot, after more than 650 days on the market. Darin Spencer Raymond represented the seller, and Alvaro Minor brought the buyer.

Here’s a breakdown of the top 10 sales from Feb. 10 to Feb. 16. Click on the map for more information:

Most expensive
The Carillon north tower #606/07 | 136 days on market | $2.2M | $614 psf | Listing agent: Dale Hamel | Buyer’s agent: Juan Alvarez
Least expensive
South Bay Club Condo #745 | 49 days on market | $705K | $629 psf | Listing agent: Dina Goldentayer | Buyer’s agent: Felipe Cunha
Most days on market
The Pinnacle #3901 | 653 days on market | $1.9M | $495 psf | Listing agent: Darin Spencer Raymond | Buyer’s agent: Alvaro Minor
Fewest days on market
Axis on Brickell #3706-S | 4 days on market | $865K | $477 psf | Listing agent: Alice Benatar Benarroch | Buyer’s agent: Indira Lopez