Continuum South Beach Penthouse Sells for $35 Million After 6 Years on the Market
You may have heard that the Miami real estate market is hot and if you need any convincing, the Continuum South Beach penthouse that has been sitting on the market for 6 years has just sold!
Ian Bruce Eichner, the developer for Continuum South Beach has sold his penthouse in the tower for a cool $35 million. It was originally listed for $48 million in 2014. According to the Wall Street Journal, Eichner had been renting out the penthouse since December 2020 at $200,000 monthly on a short-term lease.
Located at 100 South Pointe Drive, Miami Beach; this one-of-a-kind 4-story penthouse boasts 11,031 square feet with 6 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a 6,000 square foot terrace, and a rooftop pool. Some of the more exclusive features of this penthouse is the cabana, guest unit, and 10 parking spaces.
Continuum South Beach is a 2 tower development. Tower one was finished in 2002 and tower 2 was completed in 2003 featuring all of the amenities that luxury towers could ask for. The development amenities include: resort-style pools, lap pool, full service beach club, 13,000 square foot world-class spa and fitness center, restaurant, 3 clay tennis courts, tennis pro shop, 24-hour security, full service concierge and valet parking.
The original asking price for this unit was $39.9 million. Eichner did not disclose who the buyer was for this deal.
With limited inventory and a high-demand for penthouses/condos with luxury amenities in Miami, it is no surprise that this gorgeous penthouse sold!