Luxury buyers are still in the market for waterfront homes and condos across Miami-Dade County.
The Real Deal’s latest roundup shows that sales ranged in price from $10.7 million to $12.6 million from Miami Beach to Sunny Isles Beach.
William and Phyllis Taylor, heads of Taylor & Taylor design firm, sold their longtime waterfront Sunset Islands home for $12.6 million, records show.
The Taylors sold the house at 2095 Lake Avenue to Sunset Lands Investments LLC, a Delaware entity, in an off-market deal. The actual buyer is unknown. Built in 1990, the couple bought it for $153,000 in 1989. The house spans 3,400 square feet, includes five bedrooms, three bathrooms and sits on nearly 0.4-acre, according to records.
The Taylors weren’t the only longtime Sunset Islands owners who cashed out this month. Brian Dan and Lorraine Dan sold their late parents’ home at 1635 West 27th Street for $10.7 million to an LLC named for the address, records show.
Jill Hertzberg and Danny Hertzberg of the Jills Zeder Group at Coldwell Banker Realty had the listing.
Carol and Dr. Lewis Dan bought the almost half-acre waterfront house for $445,000 in 1986. The 4,100-square-foot home includes five bedrooms and four bathrooms. It was advertised as a development opportunity with 100 feet of waterfront.
In Sunny Isles Beach, Ranbir Singh and Navninder Dalla bought a condo for $12.4 million. The Virginia-based couple bought unit 4301 in Muse, the condominium at 17141 Collins Avenue from Atmosphere 55 LLC, according to records. Singh is executive vice president of Navitas Semiconductor, which acquired the firm he founded, GeneSiC Semiconductor last year, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Sylvia Frago of Great Estates International Realty had the listing, and Ivan Chorney of Compass brought the buyers.
The seller bought the unit for $10.6 million in 2019, records show. Built in 2018, the 5,400-square-foot unit includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms, one half-bathroom, a private elevator and biometric security, according to the listing. Amenities at the 68-story, 49-unit Muse include an oceanfront pool, spa, fitness center and a restaurant.