2020's Top 10 Condo Sales in Miami

Living in any urban core comes with an undeniable set of perks, especially in a city like Miami. In mainland Miami, you’re not only close to all the financial action, but also close to all the arts, culture, shopping, dining, and entertainment options that a global city has to offer, and all set in a waterfront city. Couple that with a condo residence that comes loaded with designer interiors, extravagant floor plans, breathtaking views and some of the finest amenities in the northern hemisphere, and you have everything you need to live the good life.

So, how much does buying a key to the good life cost these days? We’ve rounded up the most expensive condo sales in Miami in 2020 to give you a peek at what luxuries accompany these high-profile residences. These chart-topping luxury condos range from penthouses on the beach to multiple units in Zaha Hadid’s last architectural masterpiece. In fact, the most expensive luxury condo of 2020 was bought by one of the most famous power couples in the world, at a price of $19.8 million for 10,000 square feet of living space. Read on to find out who this power couple is and details on the top 10 most expensive luxury condo sales of 2020 in Miami:

  1. Unit #2001N at the Grove at Grand Bay$4.4 million

2675 South Bayshore Dr, Coconut Grove

  • Listing Agent: Douglas Elliman
  • Price per Square Foot: $906
  • Floor Plan: 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 1 half-bathroom, recently renovated corner unit, uniquely modified floor plan, extra-large living areas, 12-foot-high ceilings, newly installed marble and oak wood flooring, wraparound balconies, barbeque area, and direct bay plus city views
  • Area: 4,859 square feet of living area with 2 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Iconic dancing twin-towers designed by starchitect Bjarke Ingels with rooftop swimming pool, on-site art gallery, club room, residents’ lounge, children’s playground, library, spa, an “Avante-Garden” by Raymond Jungles, pet spa, and on-site chef


10. Unit #2001N at the Grove at Grand Bay - $4.4 million

10. Unit #2001N at the Grove at Grand Bay - $4.4 million

10. Unit #2001N at the Grove at Grand Bay - $4.4 million

  1. Unit #3601 at One Thousand Museum$4.5 million

1000 Biscayne Blvd, Downtown Miami

  • Listing Agent: Sylvia Fragos, Great Estates International Realty
  • Price per Square Foot: $918
  • Floor Plan: 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 1 half-bathroom, fully furnished corner unit, custom designed floor plan, open family room, convertible den/office, and direct ocean views
  • Area: 4,600 square feet with 2 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Designed by the legendary starchitect Zaha Hadid,with a double-height Aquatic Center with indoor pool, dramatic Sky Lounge for residents only, five-star spa with customized personal training to the indoor and outdoor pools, multimedia theater, and the only rooftop helipad in a residential building in Miami

Unit #3601 at One Thousand Museum - $4.5 million

Unit #3601 at One Thousand Museum - $4.5 million

Unit #3601 at One Thousand Museum - $4.5 million

  1. Penthouse #PH4707 at Jade Brickell$4.8 million

1331 Brickell Bay Dr, Brickell

  • Listing Agent: Gary Lazarus, Fortune International Realty Brickell
  • Price per Square Foot: $1,116
  • Floor Plan: Two-story penthouse -- 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 1 half-bathroom, recently renovated and designed by Urban Robot Associates, leather upholstered private elevator foyer, chef's kitchen featuring Poliform cabinets and Wolf/Subzero appliances, second floor features family room with wet bar, rooftop terrace with outdoor theater projector, Boffi fixtures, Lualdi Italian doors, hand-distressed European oak flooring, and direct ocean views
  • Area: 4,015 square feet of living area and 1,800 square feet in outside space with 2 parking spaces plus 1 Tesla charging station
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Seventh-floor resort deck with lap pool, reflecting pool with artistically lit palm islands, Bay-view health club, European-style resort spa with steam and sauna, top-floor resident’s club room, racquetball court, and touch-screen monitoring system

Penthouse #PH4707 at Jade Brickell - $4.8 million

Penthouse #PH4707 at Jade Brickell - $4.8 million

Penthouse #PH4707 at Jade Brickell - $4.8 million

  1. Unit #908 at Ocean Club - Ocean Tower Two$5.8 million

791 Crandon Boulevard, Key Biscayne

  • Listing Agent: Carlos and Victor Coto, One Sotheby’s International Realty
  • Price per Square Foot: $1,104
  • Buyer: Principal and CEO of Provident Real Estate Ventures, Phillip M. Jaffe
  • Floor Plan: 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 1 half-bathroom, additional staff quarters, library, wine cellar, reconfigured to perfection, marble floors, and with direct ocean views
  • Area: 5,207 square feet with 4 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Resort-style family living with a private Beach Club, direct beach access, swimming pool, poolside restaurants, children playroom and outdoor playground, tennis, and spa plus beauty salon


Unit #908 at Ocean Club - Ocean Tower Two - $5.8 million

Unit #908 at Ocean Club - Ocean Tower Two - $5.8 million

  1. Penthouse #3202 at Grovenor House$7 million

2627 S Bayshore Dr, Coconut Grove

  • Listing Agent: One Sotheby’s International Realty
  • Price per Square Foot: $987
  • Buyer: Jonathan Kislak, son of late real estate investor Jay Kislak and Principal of Miami-based venture capital firm Antares Capital Corp.
  • Floor Plan: Two-story penthouse -- 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 half-bathrooms, designed by architect Jenifer Briley, two sitting rooms, double dressing area, gourmet kitchen with European appliances and multiple dining areas, additional library, den, formal living room and family room, soaring ceilings, grand Nautilus-shaped stairs to the rooftop, rooftop terrace with barbecue area and fully air-conditioned bar, plus multiple terraces with panoramic views of marinas, bay, and city
  • Area: 7,061 square feet with 5,216 square feet of terrace space and 4 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Infinity-edge pool, poolside cabanas, lighted tennis court, children’s outdoor playground, club room with a full-service kitchen, full-service spa, dog park, recreational lounge, and meditation garden


Penthouse #3202 at Grovenor House - $7 million

Penthouse #3202 at Grovenor House - $7 million

Penthouse #3202 at Grovenor House - $7 million

Check out Miami Beach’s Most Expensive Condo Sales of 2020.



  1. Penthouse #PH2ABCD at The Four Seasons Residences$7.6 million

1425 Brickell Ave, Brickell

  • Listing Agent: Corcoran Group
  • Price per Square Foot: $1,021
  • Floor Plan: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 half-bathrooms, transformed from 4 units into a single stunning residence, furnished with high-end finishes, marble and wood flooring throughout, formal living & dining area with modern chandelier, elegant chef’s kitchen with marble slab countertop, a display wine cellar, theatre and media rooms, an aquarium, a conference room, and direct water views
  • Area: 7,438 square feet with 4 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: 50,000-square-foot Equinox fitness center and spa, two outdoor pools, a hot tub, poolside cabanas, an owner’s lounge, two on-site restaurants (Edge Steak & Bar plus Bahia), and privileged access to other world-class services at the hotel


Penthouse #PH2ABCD at The Four Seasons Residences - $7.6 million

Penthouse #PH2ABCD at The Four Seasons Residences - $7.6 million

Penthouse #PH2ABCD at The Four Seasons Residences - $7.6 million

  1. Unit 801-N at Oceana Key Biscayne - $7.9 million

350 Ocean Dr, Key Biscayne

  • Listing Agent: Fortune International Realty
  • Price per Square Foot: $1,936
  • Floor Plan: 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 1 half bathroom, service room, corner unit, chef’s kitchen, white quartz countertops, whole bean coffee system, wine cooler, wrap-around terrace, and direct ocean views
  • Area: 4,080 square feet with 2,070 square feet of private terraces and 4 parking spaces
  • Stand-Out Building Amenities: Ocean-front building, infinity pool, fitness centers, exceptional spa, children’s play area, tennis courts, volleyball, and putting greens


Unit 801-N at Oceana Key Biscayne - $7.9 million

Unit 801-N at Oceana Key Biscayne - $7.9 million

  1. Unit 1901S at the Grove at Grand Bay - $8 million

2675 South Bayshore Dr, Coconut Grove

  • Listing Agent: Gabriela Dajer, One Sotheby’s International Realty
  • Price per Square Foot: $1,365
  • Buyer: Laurans Mendelson, Chairman and CEO of Heico, an aerospace and electronics company based in Hollywood
  • Floor Plan: 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 half-bathrooms, turnkey, custom finished by renowned interior designer, gallery entrance with custom woodwork and onyx walls, dining and living areas with marble walls and custom built-ins, Italian porcelain and hardwood floors, split floor plan with additional family room, and direct bay plus city views
  • Area: 5,884 square feet of living area with 2 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Iconic dancing twin-towers designed by starchitect Bjarke Ingels with rooftop swimming pool, on-site art gallery, club room, residents’ lounge, children’s playground, library, spa, an “Avante-Garden” by Raymond Jungles, pet spa, and on-site chef


Unit 1901S at the Grove at Grand Bay - $8 million

Unit 1901S at the Grove at Grand Bay - $8 million

Unit 1901S at the Grove at Grand Bay - $8 million

  1. Penthouse #5701 at One Thousand Museum$13.8 million

1000 Biscayne Blvd, Downtown Miami

  • Listing Agent: Oren Alexander, Douglas Elliman
  • Price per Square Foot: $1,393
  • Floor Plan: Full-floor, 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 1 half-bathroom, 12-foot-high ceilings, custom-designed handles by Ms. Hadid for every interior door, separate breakfast area, multiple terraces, marble flooring, and direct ocean views
  • Area: 9,910 square feet with 7 parking spaces
  • Stand-out Building Amenities: Designed by the legendary starchitect Zaha Hadid with custom scenting in amenity spaces, a double-height Aquatic Center with indoor pool, dramatic Sky Lounge for residents only, five-star spa with customized personal training to the indoor and outdoor pools, multimedia theater, and the only rooftop helipad in a residential building in Miami


Penthouse #5701 at One Thousand Museum - $13.8 million

Penthouse #5701 at One Thousand Museum - $13.8 million

Penthouse #5701 at One Thousand Museum - $13.8 million


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


  1. Penthouse at One Thousand Museum$19.8 million

1000 Biscayne Blvd, Downtown Miami

Listing Agent: One Sotheby’s International Realty

Buyer: David and Victoria Beckham

Price per Square Foot: $1,921

Floor Plan: Full floor, 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 1 half-bathroom, separate den/office space, media room, wet bars, custom closets and flooring, smart home technology, and direct ocean views

Area: 10,306 square feet of interior area and 1,200 square feet of balcony space with 2 or more parking spaces

Stand-out Building Amenities: Designed by the legendary starchitect Zaha Hadid with custom scenting in amenity spaces, a double-height Aquatic Center with indoor pool, dramatic Sky Lounge for residents only, five-star spa with customized personal training to the indoor and outdoor pools, multimedia theater, and the only rooftop helipad in a residential building in Miami


Penthouse at One Thousand Museum - $19.8 million

Penthouse at One Thousand Museum - $19.8 million

Penthouse at One Thousand Museum - $19.8 million

Penthouse at One Thousand Museum - $19.8 million



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