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321 Ocean Penthouse via Sotheby's

The penthouse at 321 Ocean owned by Boris and Elizabeth Jordan hit the market at $53 million in December. It was South Beach's priciest residence available until the Faena House penthouse re-listed for $55 million last week.

The 6,800-square-foot two-story residence just listed publicly for the first time, unveiling a sleek batch of pictures. Encompassing the ninth and 10th floors, there are four bedrooms, seven bathrooms (two half-baths), and a private rooftop terrace with a 36-foot infinity pool, barbecue area, and bar. The recently completed luxury boutique building was designed by Enrique Norten.

The couple purchased the penthouse for $20 million last summer, a price agreed upon during the pre-construction phase in 2013. They've since invested over $6 million in upgrades, per Sotheby's Senior VP Jorge Uribe, who has the listing.

· 321 Ocean Penthouse [Sotheby's]
· 321 Ocean Penthouse Asks $53M [Curbed Miami]

· Financier Aims for Ambitious 53M Miami Penthouse Flip [WSJ]