The week in luxury: A map of Miami-Dade’s priciest condo sales

Condo sales in Miami-Dade County fell last week by more than $20 million.

The priciest deal was the $2.45 million sale of unit 2004 at Continuum North in South Beach. Dolores Urdapilleta of Urdapilleta Real Estate brokered the sale of the two-bedroom, 1,443-square-foot condo. It sold for nearly $1,700 per square foot after 314 days on the market. It features two balconies, Miele appliances and furnishings, according to the listing.

The second most expensive condo to close was a penthouse at 900 Biscayne. Unit 6101 sold for $2.1 million after about a year on the market, a deal that breaks down to about $445 per square foot. Cyril Bijaoui of Westside Estate Agency was the listing agent.

The county saw 140 condos sell last week for nearly $48.2 million, a decline from the previous week’s $69 million. Average prices were about $344,500 per unit and $275 per square foot.

Closing prices in the top 10 deals ranged from $860,000 to $2.45 million.

Here’s a breakdown of the data for the week of May 21 to May 27. Click on the map for more information:

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Most expensive

Continuum North Tower #2004, Miami Beach | 314 days on market | $2.45M | $1,698 psf | Listing agent: Dolores Urdapilleta of Urdapilleta Real Estate

Least expensive 

Towers of Key Biscayne #A103, Key Biscayne | 561 days on market | $860k | $610 psf | Listing agent: William Mishan of Mishan & Associates

Most days on market

Milano at Deering Bay #703, Coral Gables | 451 days on market | $1.12M | $377 psf | Listing agent: Violeta Avila of Park Lane Residential

Least days on market

Artepark #602, Miami Beach | 97 days on market | $982k | $882 psf | Listing agent: Daniel Hechtkopf of Douglas Elliman