Continuum unit 3502 via Zillow
A few short months after buying a unit at Three Hundred Collins, Myles Restaurant Group founder Myles Chefetz threw down $7.9 million for a 35th floor residence at Continuum, according to South Florida Business Journal, located a football throw from Chefetz's Prime 112 and Prime Italian.
The 2,903-square-foot corner unit has three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, and sold for a Continuum north-tower record $2,721 per square foot, according to the agent who brokered the deal, Zuzia Borucka, of Florida Realty of Miami. Located just below penthouse level, the unit was briefly on the market in September for $10.45 million and last sold for $6.3 million in 2013. This is next to the unit (with a sweet cabana) on the market for $12.9 million.
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