One of the highest penthouses on Miami Beach has just come onto the market asking for $3.325 million. The sky-high condo takes the top three floors of the Akoya Condominiums, one of the tallest buildings in Miami Beach at 48 floors.
Located along the beach on Collins Avenue, the property records shows the three-bedrooms, three-and-a-half bath residence begins on the 46th floor of Akoya Condominiums. In addition to the two-floor living area, the 48th floor consists of a private rooftop.
The 2,777-square-foot condo has oversized balconies with direct ocean views on every floor, and access to many amenities in the Akoya building, including an ocean view pool and Jacuzzi, tennis courts, indoor racquetball, and two first-floor parking spots, according to the listing.
Akoya Condominiums is one of the tallest residential buildings in Miami Beach, and this property occupies the top three floors of Akoya, making it the tallest penthouse on Miami Beach, according to listing agent Jeff Miller of Brown Harris Stevens.
Also known as White Diamond, Akoya Condominiums was built in 2004 and became the third tallest building in Miami Beach, after the 558 feet Blue and Green Diamonds.
Property records list Holmes Holdings of Florida, LLC, a Michigan registered private company as the owner. “This is one of their homes, a winter house for the family,” Mr. Miller said. He declined to reveal the identity of the owner.
“The owner purchased the property in 2008 from the developer,” said Mr. Miller. The property records show this property was sold to the current owner for $1.616 million in 2008.
Now listed at $3.325 million, Mr. Miller said he has already shown the newly listed penthouse twice in two days, but no offers have been made yet.
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