Three unit ‘Sky Mansion’ condo at Continuum sells for $30 million

by R. Michael Brown

Three unit ‘Sky Mansion’ condo at Continuum sells for $30 million

Sky Mansion at Continuum in South Beach Miami

Three combined units on the 36th floor in the Continuum South Tower on South Beach in Miami sold for $30 million. The list price was $36.5 million.

The 8,229-square-foot floor plan spans half of the 36th floor. The two-story windows show a 300-degree view of the ocean, Government Cut, Fisher Island and the Miami skyline. Balconies for each room have a garden setting and wrap around the property.

One wing of the home is a two-story master suite with beach views. The additional five bedrooms feature stunning Fisher Island & downtown Miami City views. There are five and a half bathrooms. And the new owners will experience sunrises and sunsets from the vast living room, plus a movie theater, two entertainer’s kitchens and bar.

Sheila Michelle Rojas of Brown Harris Stevens

Sheila Michelle Rojas of Brown Harris Stevens.

The property was listed with Sheila Michelle Rojas of Brown Harris Stevens. Rojas shared the listing with Constantin Gorges of Compass. Talita Pinheiro of Compass brought the buyer.

Rojas is the market leader for sales at Continuum. Her sales for the past 12 months now total over $64 million at Continuum alone.

“The Sky Mansion is equally suited for entertaining as it is to privacy thanks for a spacious, clever floor plan and upstairs primary suite,” said Rojas. “And it comes with world-class Continuum amenities including a restaurant, private beach club, tennis, pools, a fitness center and spa.”

This sets a new record, becoming the most expensive (price per square foot) in the building and fourth most expensive condo sold in Miami Beach.

The sale follows a trend of large, luxury condos in Miami and trails the sale of Continuum developer Bruce Eichner’s own unit in April for $35 million. It was on the market just 52 days.

“Miami is one of the top cities in the country right now, making competition in the market highly competitive,” added Rojas. “I’m thrilled at the result of attracting the perfect buyer so quickly for my sellers.”

The sellers, William M. Osborne III and Karen H. Bechtel, are former Morgan Stanley managing directors, art collectors and philanthropists. While living in the home during COVID-19, the couple established Meals for Heroes, a non-profit to provide hospital emergency rooms and ICUs, EMS and first responder teams and mobile testing centers with dinner cooked and prepared by local Miami restaurants and caterers.

📸: Sky Mansion Image – Jerome Louden

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