Miami Beach was the king of pricey condo sales last week. The city saw five of the 10 most expensive condo closings — all over the span of four days — totaling $12.5 million, according to data from condo.com
Three of those units traded in one development: the former Canyon Ranch Hotel & Spa mega complex, now known as the Carillon Hotel & Spa, under its new owners Z Capital Partners.
The week’s most expensive sale was a penthouse in Bellini Williams Island, which closed for $4.2 million after spending 418 days on the market. Vivian Toppe of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell was the listing agent.
Moving down the list, prices stayed between the week’s high point of $4.2 million and its low of $1.86 million. The second most expensive sale, a $3 million unit at the Setai, blew the competition’s price per square foot out of the water — the unit closed for $2,473 per square foot.
There were 165 condo sales in Miami-Dade County, selling for a total of $74 million. The average price per unit was $453,131 and $845 per square foot — a new weekly high.
Here’s a breakdown of the data for the week of May 10 to May 16. Click on the map for more information:
Bellini Williams Island, Aventura | $4.2M | $845 psf | 418 days on market | Vivian Toppe of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell Least expensive
Ocean One, Sunny Isles Beach | $1.86M | $714 psf | 86 days on market |Oney Santibanez of Beachfront Realty Most days on market
Canyon Ranch, Miami Beach | 426 days on market | $2.35M | $1,148 psf | Janice Christensen of Douglas Elliman Least days on market
Ocean One, Sunny Isles Beach | 86 days on market | $1.86M | $714 psf | Oney Santibanez of Beachfront Realty - See more at: http://therealdeal.com/miami/blog/2015/05/18/the-week-in-luxury-a-map-of-miami-dades-priciest-condo-sales-15/#sthash.pRthswYJ.dpuf