When you are considering buying a home in the South Beach
you are going to want to do some research to find out what the average price is for homes. One of the easiest ways to do that is to compare the average price per square foot of the different properties. Here are some of the most popular properties in the area as well as the average price per square foot. They are in order from highest to lowest. All of the data is from units sold in 2010.
Ten units were recently sold at The Setai Miami Beach
The Setai condos sold for an average of $1,517.28 per square foot. Apogee Miami Beach, another popular property, sold nine units. The average price per square foot at this property was $1,317.74. Twelve units sold at Continuum North for $1,053.44, and four units sold at Il Villaggio Miami Beach for $859.08 per square foot.
had sixteen properties sell with an average square foot price of $769.49. Murano at Portofino had four sold properties at $730.21 per square foot. Mosaic sold five units at $631.59 per square foot, while Murano Grande had eleven properties sell at $556.68.
Seventeen properties sold at ICON South Beach
for $543.99, while Blue Diamond Miami Beach sold twelve units for $470.51 per square foot. The Yacht Club sold sixteen properties at $443.40, and at Bentley Bay, nine condos sold for $412.74 per square foot.
sold eleven units for $384.58, and Sunset Harbor had fourteen units sell at $346.17 per square foot. Roney Palace had an amazing thirty units sell for $341.87 per square foot, the Floridian had twenty-five condos sell at $317.81 per square foot. Rounding out the list is Wavery, which had eighteen units sell at $307.04 per square foot.
As you can see, there are many different types of properties available in the area, and people with large and small budgets alike should be able to find a great home in South Beach.