2 Bedroom Condo at Two Tequesta Point – $674,900

March 29, 2011 by Lucas Lechuga

Two Tequesta Point and Three Tequesta Point on Brickell Key

Last week, our client agreed to reduce the price of his condo at Two Tequesta Point from $696,000 to $674,000.  This is a level that we are confident that it will sell quickly.  The 2 bedroom/2.5 bath condo is located on the 29th floor and has 1,540 square feet interior, a large terrace off the bedroom and living room, marble flooring in the main living areas and carpeting in both bedrooms.  The unit also has crown molding, an eat-in kitchen with separate dining room, custom built-in closets in both bedrooms and full side-by-side washer and dryer.

For those not familiar with Two Tequesta Point, it is a luxury high-rise located at 808 Brickell Key Drive in a privately gated neighborhood of Miami called Brickell Key.  Two Tequesta Point is the building on the left in the above picture.  The building offers spectacular amenities such as tennis, racquetball,  basketball, 24-hour concierge and security, 24-hour valet parking, a bi-level fitness center and a beautiful bayfront swimming pool.

Two Tequesta Point 2905 dining room

living room

Two Tequesta Point 2905 living room

master bedroom

Two Tequesta Point 2905 terrace and view

second view

master bathroom

Two Tequesta Point 2905 kitchen

Two Tequesta Point bayfront swimming pool

Tequesta Indian blowing conch on Brickell Key

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Anonymous
Gixxer1000
5 years 5 months ago
Anonymous
gables
5 years 5 months ago
just to balance you out gixxer, case-shiller is at another new low for miami. even your tiered data showed another drop on the high end-trending closer to a new low on that data set as well. going forward, at least all the cash purchases will certainly provide a floor to any major collapse in the future-too much skin in the game. if the investors can succeed at profit through rentals in the coming years, they should do ok. but they purchased units during exceptionally low interest rate periods. when they sell in the future-assuming interest rates will rise rather than… Read more »
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Gixxer1000
5 years 5 months ago
gables, I just got through reading the case shiller data. I’m not too worried about it because that is January info. And again to me case shiller is only one point not the end all be all. Let me see a case shiller report for just downtown and that would be a different story. And for further analysis of case shiller check this out: http://blog.altosresearch.com/looking-past-the-case-shiller-its-all-about-supply/#more-3001 And to the point I was making before about the bifuration of the market here is some more info from condovultures: http://www.condovultures.com/News/ViewArticle/tabid/77/ArticleId/23141/Condo-Arbitrage-Suburban-Units-Fraction-Of-Coastal-Unit-Prices.aspx Condo resellers in South Florida are seeking an average of $523,800 for a… Read more »
Anonymous
Poor and Unemployed
5 years 5 months ago

Housing 101

– Investors + Bulkbuyers = Sellers not Buyers
– From left pocket to right pocket. White inventory, shades of gray inventory, Black inventory = INVENTORY
– Anything sold under 100K = Slumlords not investors
– Any apartment built in 2006 is 5 year OLD now. Not 5 year NEW.
– South Beach = Party. Brickell = Laundromat for money

Anonymous
Gixxer1000
5 years 5 months ago
There has also be alot of development news recently. The first and biggest news is that Swire purchased the tennis club lot in Brickell for $14 million cash and is combining that lot with the other two lots that already make up the Citicentre project and announced that they are developing 5 million square feet on these lots. Construction is supposed to begin within a year. This is obviously a game changer for Brickell. And it’s Swire so it’s pretty solid. They purchased the other lots during the bust for $40 million CASH when everyone was freaking out and no… Read more »
Anonymous
Gixxer1000
5 years 5 months ago
It looks like my other comment is awaiting moderation becasue of the links so I’ll remove them. gables, I just got through reading the case shiller data. I’m not too worried about it because that is January info. And again to me case shiller is only one point not the end all be all. Let me see a case shiller report for just downtown and that would be a different story. And to the point I was making before about the bifuration of the market here is some more info from condovultures: “Condo resellers in South Florida are seeking an… Read more »
Anonymous
gables
5 years 5 months ago
Gixxer, let’s keep narrowing down our domain until we obtain the trend we want. Perhaps we can obtain a case shiller report for block 1080 building 2. The interesting dynamic of the cash buyers is since it is not leveraged, you will have to compare that locked in capital to current interest rates. if we do encounter a higher rate environment in the future, how will that affect the appreciation of the property? It is really an unknown. But if we return to an era where a one year CD brings in better than 5% interest (like it did in… Read more »
Anonymous
Gixxer1000
5 years 5 months ago

gables,

I don’t really think narrowing down Palm beach, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami to just downtown is a bad thing when you only want to live in downtown.

As for the overall market I agree with most of your analysis. But that’s not going to matter much to a buyer who wants to live east of I-95. Do you really think many of these people will simply change their mind and take a site in Dadeland over Brickell.

Anonymous
Gixxer1000
5 years 5 months ago
P&U, You seem to missing the point of the recent investors. They are buying for the sole intent of renting while holding the property and not flipping. Most of them are looking to hold these properties for 10 – 15 years. The average homeowner only stays in a home for 5 – 7 years. Using your argument every home is part of the shadow inventory because they’ll be back on the market in 5 years. As far as age over half of these condos were completed during or after 2008. Besides which, in the life of a building being 5… Read more »
Anonymous
Poor and Unemployed
5 years 5 months ago

Gixxer

Have you looked at building where the investors control the HOA? Renting is permitted on a hourly basis. Most good condos permitted yearly leases once in two years.

If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, talks like a duck – it is a duck.

Brickell? At night? Do you think I want to get shot? It is bad enough during lunchtime on a week day! Few months ago I had taken some Bolivians to Big Fish and there was drive by shooting, police choppers buzzing overhead. Just like Miami Vice!

Anonymous
Gixxer1000
5 years 5 months ago
Okay now I know you are a complete joke. I walk around Brickell at night every week. It’s packed with women walking around in stilletos at 2 am. The only place in Brickell that I wouldn’t walk around at night is the area west of the metrorail and that’s mainly because there is nothing to do there. Wheter you think a condo in Miami is a good investment or not why would you waste time out of your day to lie about a place. I just don’t get some people. I guess the internet give is an outlet for a… Read more »
Anonymous
OMAR
5 years 5 months ago

Brickell at night is not dangerous at all. Poor and unemployed, you probably are so because you are in idiot.

Anonymous
gables
5 years 5 months ago

As you go west, I would not be comfortable in the Brickell area. But from Mary Brickell Village to the coastline, I don’t see it as a dangerous place. I think Coral Gables is safer overall, personally, but many parts of the built up Brickell area are just as safe. In my opinion, much safer than downtown across the river.

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