Published On: Wed, Sep 9th, 2015

First new Faena, Blavatnik condo tower completed in Miami Beach

Two of 44 units at Faena House have sold so far, for an average price of $3, 080 psf

: Len Blavatnik and Alan Faena attend the Whitewall Magazine Party At Delano Beach Club at Delano Beach Club on December 4,   2012 in Miami Beach,   Florida. Whitewall Magazine Party At Delano Beach Club


The first of four planned oceanfront condo towers in the much-anticipated Faena ultra-luxury project stretching from 3200 to 3500 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach has been completed since this South Florida real estate cycle began in 2011.  

Transactions in the newly completed Faena House project — officially called the 3315 Tower condominium — standing 18-stories tall, with 44 units located in the 3300 block of Collins Avenue fronting the Atlantic Ocean in Miami Beach, began to be recorded on Sept. 3, according to Miami-Dade County records.

To date, buyers have taken title to two new condo units in the project developed by a Delaware corporation led by partners Alan Faena and Len Blavatnik, for a combined $27 million, or an average transaction price of more than $3, 080 per square foot as of Tuesday, according to government records.


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Individual unit sales have transacted at $10.5 million — or $2, 397 per square foot — and $16.5 million — or $3, 766 per square foot — as of Tuesday, according to government records.

Currently, no condo units in the Faena House project are available for purchase on the Multiple Listing Service database but seven units are “under contract” waiting to transact at an average asking price of $15 million — or nearly $3, 300 per square foot — as of Tuesday, according to data from the Southeast Florida MLXchange.

The Faena House is the fifth new condo project with a combined 333 units to be completed in Miami Beach, where developers have announced 42 new condo buildings with more than 1, 925 units since this current real estate cycle began more than four years ago, according to the preconstruction condo projects website (For disclosure, my firm operates the website.)




Developers are currently constructing 15 new condo buildings with nearly 500 units in Miami Beach. An additional 21 new condo buildings with more than 1, 100 units are currently in the planning or presale phase of development in the Miami Beach market.

Based on the new units announced, Miami Beach is the seventh most active area east of I-95 in the tri-county South Florida region of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach as of Tuesday, according to

Read the full story at The Real Deal by Peter Zalewski



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