$13M resale at Surf Club Four Seasons tops Miami’s weekly condo sales

Top 10 sales ranged from $552K to $12.65M

TRD MIAMI /
Jan.January 14, 2020 12:31 PM

Condo sales in Miami took a tumble in the first full week of January, but were led by a pricey resale at the Four Seasons Residences at The Surf Club.

A total of 73 condos sold for $41 million last week, compared to 92 units that sold for a combined $51.4 million the previous week.  Condos last week sold for an average price of about $561,000 or $337 per square foot.

At The Surf Club, records show Barry Weisfeld, managing member and chairman of the Strategic Vision Group, an investment management firm, sold his 5,822-square-foot, five-bedroom unit to Sheryl Salter of the Salter Family Trust for $12.65 million, or nearly $2,200 per square foot. Jill Hertzberg represented the seller, while Oren Alexander brought the buyer. Unit 821 in the north tower was on the market for 730 days before it sold.

The second priciest sale was the $4.3 million closing of Jade Signature unit 4903. The three-bedroom, 3,260-square-foot unit was listed for 48 days before selling for $1,319 per square foot. The listing agents were Sandra Chartouni, Rita Collins, and Fabia Castro, and the buyer’s agent was Karina Marx.

Here’s a breakdown of the top 10 sales from Jan. 5 to Jan. 11. Click on the map for more information:

Most expensive
Surf Club Four Seasons #N-821 | 730 days on market | $12.65M | $2,173 psf | Listing agent: Jill Hertzberg | Buyer’s agent: Oren Alexander

Least expensive
Brickell House #3403 | 353 days on market | $552K | $513 psf | Listing agent: Jill Penman | Buyer’s agent: Sebastian Acosta

Most days on market
Surf Club Four Seasons #N-821 | 730 days on market | $12.65M | $2,173 psf | Listing agent: Jill Hertzberg | Buyer’s agent: Oren Alexander

Fewest days on market
Jade Signature #4903 | 48 days on market | $4.3M | $1,319 psf | Listing agent: Rita Collins | Buyer’s agent: Karina Marx


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