The unit consists of two apartments joined together.
This luxury condo spread high above Miami Beach is coming to the market soon — and potential buyers will need some deep pockets to call it their own.
This 17th-floor stretch at the Apogee South Beach tower is asking $48 million, a price that puts it on the upper echelon of the city’s real estate, albeit just south of the record $106.87 million purchase of Coconut Grove by billionaire defense financier Ken Griffin.
The sellers of this home are real estate developer and art collector Steven Guttman and his wife, Kathy, who were also among the first buyers in the Miami Beach building — which was developed by Related Group of Florida, designed by Sieger-Suarez and done. in 2008.
Douglas Elliman’s Devin Kay holds the listing, which sits on the edge of the upscale South Fifth neighborhood, separated by a canal from tony Fisher Island.
“This is arguably the most significant condo ever to become available for sale in Apogee South Beach,” Kay told The Post. “My clients spent nearly two years combining two units and creating a 7,300 square foot masterpiece, making it the second largest residence in the entire building.”
The luxury residence now consumes half of the 17th floor and offers sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean and downtown Miami skyline.
In addition, the residence boasts 3,500 square meters of enclosed terrace, a private elevator that opens into the lobby and five bedrooms, all with bathrooms.
There is also a laundry room with built-in storage, an art gallery with exposed concrete walls and a kitchen equipped with a butler’s pantry.
For tech specs, there’s a fully integrated Crestron home automation system with Lutron light controls and electronic window treatments—and, for practicality, designated space for two cars in the building’s enclosed garage.
To reduce noise transmission, there are double slabs built between all 22 floors of the building, according to Apogee’s website.
Additionally, all residents of the 67-unit building have access to a fitness center, a spa, an infinity pool and an “open-air party pavilion” for hosting events.