A look at South Florida’s top sales

Even in bad times, new benchmarks set

/
Sep.September 11, 2008 04:48 PM

For all the doom and gloom about South Florida’s real estate market, the high end is healthier than the overall market.

This month, The Real Deal tallied up the most expensive homes that have sold in the tri-county region in 2008 (see Trump trumps all in Palm Beach, Yachting-friendly homes buoy Broward’s high end and Standing at the Apogee in Miami’s market), as well as those on the market that may set new benchmarks (see Private islands have Miami’s top listings; While new record looks unlikely, Palm Beach primed for big deals; and At the high end of the market, Broward offerings priced low).

Because of its record-setting price and the notoriety of the previous owner, the $95 million sale of Donald Trump’s Palm Beach mansion has claimed a lot of attention. While that record benchmark isn’t likely to be broken soon, there are some pricey homes for sale just the same — a Palm Beach mansion asking $72 million and another home in Miami asking $57 million top the charts.


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Placeholder image

Placeholder image

Placeholder image

Placeholder image

Placeholder image

Placeholder image

Placeholder image

Placeholder image

arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...