The sale marks highest price achieved for a condo in Brickell in a decade
A luxurious triplex penthouse atop the upcoming 64-story Brickell Flatiron tower has sold for $13.2 million. The yet-to-be-completed residence will combine two condos—a three-level and single-level unit—and sets a new record as Brickell’s most expensive condo sale in the last 10 years.
The six-bedroom home was purchased by Jacob Vogel, a marine industry executive from Chicago. The combined space spans 7,850 square feet, not including its large terrace and private pool deck. It features dramatic double-height ceilings, wraparound views, a dedicated four-car garage, and private elevator access.
The Brickell Flatiron’s upper-level duplex and triplex penthouse units are priced between $6 million and $15.5 million. With Vogel’s purchase, three of four total penthouses are now sold, according to a statement from developer CMC Real Estate president Vanessa Grout. The remainder of the 527-unit high-rise is already 85 percent sold.
Designed by Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini, Brickell Flatiron tower broke ground at 1001 S. Miami Avenue in March 2016 and is on-track to open next year. Vogel was represented by Karen Elmir of Cervera Real Estate and Brett Firestone of Florida Capital Realty.
Update: This post originally covered only the $11.25 million sale of one unit that comprised the two-unit transaction. It has been updated to reflect the correct unit size, bedroom count, and sale price of $13.2 million.
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