Currently Miami Beach’s largest condominium on the market can be yours for $29 million. Luxury, unfinished duplex penthouse occupies the entire sixth and seventh floors and rooftop of the former Sony Music Building, an iconic Art Deco landmark building.
According to listing agent Jeff Miller at Zilbert International Realty, this unit is being used as office space but “is ready to be customized to someone’s taste,” such as a home, a restaurant, office space, recording studio or gallery. There are no other residential units in the building.
Stunning 605 Lincoln Road Penthouse with a 28,000+ square foot of living or working place also includes an 8,500-square-foot rooftop, suitable for an expanded garden, maybe a pool and/or corporate interesting area. Its main features is the location – during Pennsylvania and Lincoln Road, this penthouse is during a epicenter of Miami Beach. Mere blocks from a sea and bay, 605 Lincoln Road is opposite a travel from a universe eminent New World Symphony and Park, and stairs from inhabitant retailers, restaurants, theatres and more. This skill will also be a gateway to a new Miami Beach gathering core designed by Rem Koolhaas.
Real-estate investors Lynn Wiener and Gerald Moore bought the unit in 2005, and they are now selling because “we think with the wonderful market conditions, it is a perfect time to” put the penthouse on the market.