Miami condo sales jumped ahead of Super Bowl LIV

Top 10 sales ranged from $913K to $6.2M

Miami /
Feb.February 04, 2020 12:30 PM

Condo sales jumped in Miami-Dade County last week ahead of Super Bowl LIV.

A total of 135 condos sold for $56 million last week, compared to 82 units that sold for $34 million the previous week. Condos last week sold for an average price of about $415,000 or $300 per square foot.

The top sale was at the Four Seasons Residences at the Surf Club. Unit 417 in the north tower of the luxury Surfside development sold for $6.2 million, or about $1,811 per square foot. Dora Puig was the listing broker, and a non-MLS member brought the buyer. The two-bedroom, 3,424-square-foot condo traded after 722 days on the market.

The second most expensive sale was nearby in Bal Harbour. Penthouse 104 at Majestic Towers sold for $3.6 million, or $909 per square foot. It was on the market for 182 days before it closed. Marta Waserstein represented the buyer and seller.

Here’s a breakdown of the top 10 sales from Jan. 26 to Feb. 1. Click on the map for more information:

Most expensive
Surf Club Four Seasons #N417 | 722 days on market | $6.2M | $1,811 psf | Listing agent: Dora Puig

Least expensive
Two Tequesta Point #2808 | 315 days on market | $913K | $514 psf | Listing agent: Russell Brooke | Buyer’s agent: Diego Valencia

Most days on market
Surf Club Four Seasons #N417 | 722 days on market | $6.2M | $1,811 psf | Listing agent: Dora Puig

Fewest days on market
Trump Towers I #1807 | 127 days on market | $1M | $487 psf | Listing agent: Ana Waxman | Buyer’s agent: Rita Japhet


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