This week there was a million dollar dance: sales of luxury condos in Miami they increased in mid-July.

By MiamiDiario Newsroom

As reported The Real Deal in the Miami-Dade County 115 condominiums were sold for a global amount of $44.5 million, which means a increase of 99 closures for $38.5 million compared to the previous week. The condominiums sold for an average price of about $387,000 or $298 per square foot.

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The most expensive closing was in Bellini in Bal Harbour. unit 1802 sold for $2.6 million, or $680 per square foot. The four-bedroom, 3,820-square-foot condo was listed with Steven Landau, who also represented the buyer.

The second most expensive condo sale was in the Santa Maria in Brickell. Unit 803 closed for $1.65 million, or $757 per square foot, after 153 days on the market. Isabel Stanzione was the listing agent and Robert Bell He was the buyer's agent.

The 10 most important sales from July 7 to 13.

The most expensive Bellini #1802 | 559 days on the market | $2.6M | $680 psf | Listing Agent: Steven Landau, Buyer's Agent: Steven Landau

less expensive Icon Brickell #3201 | 35 days on the market | $1.05M | $514 psf | Listing Agent: Elena Bluntzer, buyer's agent: Patricia Montalvan

More time on the market Bellini #1802 | 559 days on the market | $2.6M | $680 psf | Listing Agent: steven landau Buyer's Agent: Steven Landau

Fewer days on the market Icon Brickell #3201 | 35 days on the market | $1.05M | $514 psf | Listing Agent: Helen Bluntzer, buyer agent: Patricia Montalvan.

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