2020’s Top Luxury Condo Sales of Miami Beach

2020’s Top Luxury Condo Sales of Miami Beach

Jan 12, 2021 January 12, 2021

An oceanfront residence in Miami Beach has long been the pinnacle of luxury living. In 2020, we saw many buying into that vision. In fact, several record sales were made last year in Miami Beach. It’s no wonder this list of the 10 most expensive condo sales of 2020 in Miami Beach is filled with luxury residences sitting directly on the water that capture the peacefulness, serenity and nature-filled ideal of an oceanfront lifestyle

From a penthouse once owned by Oprah Winfrey to the largest condo residence in Fisher Island, some of the most impressive residences in Miami Beach are part of this top-of-the-charts list. And in a new trend highlighting Miami Beach’s northern neighborhoods, the most expensive luxury condo that sold for $37 million, is two-story penthouse part of a new construction in the quieter and more relaxed North Beach.


Read on for details on the rest of the most expensive luxury condos sales of Miami Beach in 2020:


  1. Unit N-821 at Surf Club Four Seasons - $12.65 million

9011-9111 Collins Avenue, Surfside

  • Listing Agent: Jill Hertzberg of Coldwell Banker 
  • Floor Plan: 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, wraparound terrace, sunrise and sunset views, Richard Meier finishes, corner unit with direct ocean views
  • Area: 5,822 square feet of living area and 2 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Meier with two residents-only fitness centers, a Four Seasons health and wellness center, two world-class restaurants, four heated swimming pools including a residents-only pool surrounded by private beachfront gardens, direct beach access with more than 40 beach cabanas, pool and beach service, a Richard Meier-designed palm walk, plus landscaped gardens and courtyards by Fernando Wong

Unit N-821 at Surf Club Four Seasons - $12.65 million

Unit N-821 at Surf Club Four Seasons - $12.65 million

Unit N-821 at Surf Club Four Seasons - $12.65 million


  1. Unit 7084 at Palazzo Del Sol - $13.5 million

7001-7095 Fisher Island Dr, Fisher Island

  • Listing Agent: Dora Puig
  • Bought by: Philadelphia pesticide executive Pierre Brondeau and wife
  • Floor Plan: 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 1 half-bathroom, Italian design curated by Indelux, fine Italian furnishings, custom shelving and bookcases, chef's Kitchen by BOFFI with Gaggenau +SubZero appliances, Statuaria Bookmatched marble master bathroom with Dornbracht + Duravit fixtures, European wide-plank Oak flooring throughout, fine terrace flooring plus direct ocean views
  • Area: 4,738 square feet of living area and 2 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Children’s playroom designed by “Kidville”, north lobby terrace lounge with indoor-outdoor seating, zero-edge heated pool and spa with outdoor bar, fitness center and cardio room designed by “The Wright Fit”, private massage rooms, hair and makeup salon, movie theater with superior sound quality and luxury seating, Enzo Enea-designed landscaped gardens and walkways, plus access to the legendary Vanderbilt mansion and pool

Unit 7084 at Palazzo Del Sol - $13.5 million

Unit 7084 at Palazzo Del Sol - $13.5 million


  1. Unit 5203 at Bayview - $15 million

4811-5391 Fisher Island Dr, Fisher Island

  • Listing Agent: Douglas Elliman
  • Floor Plan: Top floor, 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 1 half-bathroom, recently renovated by designer Marc-Michaels Interior Design, high ceilings throughout, Crestron system with security cameras, fully equipped Downsview kitchen, Tishler impact doors, independent staff apartment, and direct ocean views
  • Area: 9,570 square feet of living area (largest unit in Fisher Island), 5 parking spaces, and 2 golf cart parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Private swimming pool plus access to Fisher Island amenities such as Fisher Island Hotel and Resort, the Spa Internazionale, Tennis Center with 18 courts, a 9-hole championship golf course, and deep-water marina

Unit 5203 at Bayview - $15 million

Unit 5203 at Bayview - $15 million

Unit 5203 at Bayview - $15 million


  1. Unit 6895 at Palazzo Della Luna - $16 million

6901-6995 Fisher Island Dr, Fisher Island

  • Listing Agent: Dora Puig
  • Bought by: President of aviation parts company Tiger Aircraft Trading, Randall P. Fiorenza
  • Floor Plan: 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 1 half-bathroom, wood and marble floors, corner unit with direct ocean views
  • Area: 10,116 square feet with 7,609 in living area and 2,507 square feet in terraces plus 2 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Lobby and amenities designed by Champalimaud Design, an outdoor pool with private cabanas, a lounge, an Aperitivo bar, library, sitting room, theater room, kid’s room with playhouse, spa treatment rooms, a salon, fitness center, and direct beach access

6895 at Palazzo Della Luna - $16 million

6895 at Palazzo Della Luna - $16 million


  1. Unit 6885 at Palazzo Della Luna - $17.4 million

6901-6995 Fisher Island Dr, Fisher Island

  • Listing Agent: Fisher Island Real Estate
  • Floor Plan: 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 half-bathrooms, wood floors, corner unit with direct ocean views
  • Area: n/a + 2 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Lobby and amenities designed by Champalimaud Design, an outdoor with private cabanas, a lounge, an Aperitivo bar, library, sitting room, theater room, kid’s room with playhouse, spa treatment rooms, a salon, fitness center, and direct beach access

Unit 6885 at Palazzo Della Luna - $17.4 million

Unit 6885 at Palazzo Della Luna - $17.4 million


Don’t miss the Most Expensive Condos Sales of 2020 in Miami (mainland).


  1. PH 7292 (once owned by Oprah Winfrey) at Oceanside V - $20 million

7400-8061 Fisher Island Dr, Fisher Island

  • Listing Agent: Dora Puig
  • Floor Plan: 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 half-bathrooms, marble floors, 20-foot-high arched ceilings, a fireplace, leather upholstered walls, a larger master suite, an office, a gym, direct ocean views, and substantially remodeled
  • Area: 6,170 square feet of living area and 3 parking spaces with golf cart parking
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Spanish-style architecture, surrounded by lush landscaping, biking trails, picnic areas, a billiards room, an oceanfront swimming pool plus jacuzzi, direct beach access, plus private island security

PH 7292 (once owned by Oprah Winfrey) at Oceanside V - $20 million

PH 7292 (once owned by Oprah Winfrey) at Oceanside V - $20 million

PH 7292 (once owned by Oprah Winfrey) at Oceanside V - $20 million


  1. Penthouse at 321 Ocean Drive - $22 million

321 Ocean Drive, South Beach 

  • Listing Agent: Douglas Elliman
  • Floor Plan: 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 half-bathrooms, a private rooftop deck, fire pit, pool, hardwood flooring, open gourmet kitchen, and 360-degree ocean plus city views
  • Area: 6,807 square feet of living space and 4 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Boutique, glass building designed by Enrique Norten with a beachfront infinity-edge pool, sprawling urban oasis called Garden at 321, residents’ lounge with private Ocean Library, and direct beach access

Penthouse at 321 Ocean Drive - $22 million

Penthouse at 321 Ocean Drive - $22 million

Penthouse at 321 Ocean Drive - $22 million


  1. Penthouse at Arte by Antonio Citterio - $33 million

8955 Collins Ave, Surfside

  • Listing Agent: Tara West, Douglas Elliman for the developer, Alex Sapir
  • Floor Plan: Three-story penthouse -- 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 half-bathrooms, a private rooftop pool, furnished by Visionnaire, and direct ocean views
  • Area: 7,681 square feet with 6,260 square feet of terrace space
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Boutique, pyramid-shaped building designed by Italian starchitect duo of Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel with lobby art called “Polychromatic Chronology 2016” by Olafur Eliasson, a 75-foot heated indoor lap pool with travertine deck, a double-height cascading water feature with indoor pool, steam and sauna rooms, a mediation pond, outdoor swimming pool, yoga studio, children’s playroom, private rooftop tennis court, and direct beach access

Penthouse at Arte by Antonio Citterio - $33 million

Penthouse at Arte by Antonio Citterio - $33 million

Penthouse at Arte by Antonio Citterio - $33 million


  1. PH A at Faena House - $35 million

3315 Collins Ave, Mid-Beach 

  • Listing Agent: Oren Alexander, Douglas Elliman
  • Floor Plan: Duplex -- 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 1 half-bathroom, interiors designed by Rob Wetzels, private pool, spa, summer kitchen, wrap-around terrace, and unobstructed ocean views from every room
  • Area: 8,273 square feet of interior space with over 7,000 square feet of outdoor space and 3 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Designed by Fosters + Partners with an in-house spa, ocean-view fitness center, landscaped swimming pool, separate kids’ pool, private attended beach club, children’s playroom, full access to everything at the adjacent Faena Hotel, and direct beach access

PH A at Faena House - $35 million

PH A at Faena House - $35 million

PH A at Faena House - $35 million


And, the Most Expensive Condo Sale of 2020 (Miami Beach) was:


  1. PH 1 at Eighty Seven Park - $37 million

8701 Collins Ave, North Beach

  • Listing Agent: Eloy Carmenate, Douglas Elliman for developer Terra Group
  • Floor Plan: Two-story penthouse -- 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 3 half-bathrooms, two 40-foot-long infinity pools, a Jacuzzi, a fitness center, an outdoor theater, two summer kitchens, a putting green, and direct ocean views
  • Area: Around 25,000 square feet with 12,410 square feet of living (interior) space
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano with a two-acre private park, direct beach access, fully attended swimming pool with cabanas, a spa, beauty salon, Enoteca (wine shop), outdoor natural juice bar, full-time botanist, butler service, and direct beach access

PH 1 at Eighty Seven Park - $37 million

PH 1 at Eighty Seven Park - $37 million

PH 1 at Eighty Seven Park - $37 million



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