For those who haven’t heard, a record breaking sale for Ten Museum Park was recorded last month. On January 8, 2015, Penthouse 4402 sold for $3.1M, or $727 per square foot. That was the highest resale ever recorded for Ten Museum Park on a price and price per square foot basis. The previous highest sales price had been Penthouse 4203 which sold for $2.2M in January 2008. On a price per square foot basis, however, the record belonged to Penthouse 4607 which sold for $600 per square foot in December 2012. Penthouse 4402 not only beat the previous records, it crushed them. This news obviously bodes well for Ten Museum Park. With prices next-door at One Thousand Museum now averaging $1,300 per square foot, the penthouse units at Ten Museum Park are starting to look mighty attractive to buyers. I expect to see more of these record-breaking sales take place throughout the rest of this year, especially once One Thousand Museum starts going vertical.
Back on the market is unit 2402 at Ten Museum Park – a wonderful 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, bi-level condo with over 1,800 interior square feet. The unit faces direct east, offering spectacular, unobstructed views of Biscayne Bay, Museum Park, and the Miami Beach skyline. Features include: soaring 20-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling glass windows; high-end, stainless steel appliances by Sub-Zero, Miele, and Bosch; a Terrazzo-topped custom kitchen island; a full glass-enclosed shower with rainfall shower head; and a utility room with full-size washer and dryer. Asking $969,000. Price includes 2 parking spaces and storage.
Ten Museum Park is a boutique, luxury condo development with just 200 total units. Amenities include: 24-hour concierge; state-of-the-art fitness center; spin studio/yoga room; full-service spa with steam room, snow room, and treatment rooms; and pool deck with resistance and plunge pools, lounge chairs, and hot tub.
If you or someone you know have interest in viewing this unit in person, please contact me via email at email@example.com or on my cell phone at 786-247-6332.
I am very happy to announce the re-launch of Ten Museum Park Miami – a website dedicated to condo sales and rentals at Ten Museum Park. Originally, I launched this website in 2010 but, earlier this month, I decided that it was time that it had a complete makeover. In re-launching this website, my main objective was to enhance the overall user experience, which required an overhaul of both the design and property search. To say that I am pleased with the final result is a big understatement. Once you have a chance to use and explore the website, I am sure you will agree that my website development team and I delivered in spades. As always, if you have any comments or feedback about the website, I would love to hear it.