Fisher Island sale trumps all Miami condo sales last week

Top 10 sales ranged from $1M to $6M

Miami /
Feb.February 18, 2020 10:30 AM

Condo sales in Miami-Dade County rose back up again during the second full week of February.

A total of 103 condos sold for $49 million last week, compared to 79 units that sold for $29 million the previous week. Condos last week sold for an average price of about $479,000 or $348 per square foot.

The top deal was the $5.95 million sale of Oceanside unit 7671. The Fisher Island condo spent 139 days on the market before it sold for $1,209 per square foot. The listing agent was Rose Bauer, and the buyer’s agent was Karla Abaunza.

Farther north, in Bal Harbour, was home to the second most expensive condo sale of the week. Oceana Bal Harbour unit 1102 traded for $3.65 million, or $1,553 per square foot. It was on the market for 194 days. Joelle Oiknine brokered both sides of the deal.

Here’s a breakdown of the top 10 sales from Feb. 9 to Feb. 15. Click on the map for more information:

Most expensive
Oceanside #7671 | 139 days on market | $5.95M | $1,209 psf | Listing agent: Rose Bauer | Buyer’s agent: Karla Abaunza

Least expensive
Yacht Harbour #1F | 216 days on market | $1M | $415 psf | Listing agent: Maria Elena Chiappy | Buyer’s agent: Jill Balli

Most days on market
Majestic Tower at Bal Harbour #1707 | 421 days on market | $2.15M | $1,000 psf | Listing agent: Graciela Barron | Buyer’s agent: Sara Smith

Fewest days on market
Williams Island #2409/2410 | 9 days on market | $1.5M | $548 psf | Listing agent: Robert Auerbach | Buyer’s agent: Joel Matus


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