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  • Carolyn Meers

A listing at the Four Seasons Private Residences Miami is currently the city’s most expensive condominium available for sale. Designed by Handel Architects along with the Florida-based design firm Bermello Ajamil & Partners, the 11-year-old building towers over downtown’s lively art galleries, theaters, restaurants, and nightlife, and homeowners have access to a 24-hour concierge, an on-site spa, and a 40,000-square-foot fitness center.

Facts & Stats

Setting: This 8,911-square-foot condominium overlooks the sapphire blue waters of Biscayne Bay and is minutes from Miami’s bustling city center, which is home to a flourishing arts scene.

Home: Perched on the 54th floor, the five-bedroom, six-bathroom residence offers panoramic views of the bay through 10-foot-tall, floor-to-ceiling glass walls as well as from three expansive balconies. Amenities include two private elevators, a chef’s kitchen with Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, and climate-controlled wine storage for 1,800 bottles. The space also features a 24-karat gold-leaf domed ceiling, a Philippe Starck chandelier, Tai Ping silk carpets, marble floors, custom-designed furniture by Dakota Jackson, and more.

Price: $21,950,000

Inquiries: John Sandberg and Ann Nortmann, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 305.586.7200 or 786.385.6977, www.thesandbergnortmanngroup.elliman.com

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