Flamingo South Beach
The Flamingo South Beach enjoys one of the best locations on the West Side of South Beach. Right on Biscayne Bay facing the new Miami Downtown skyline. Bay breezes cool you day and night plus it’s an easy walk to Lincoln Road for dinner or to shop.
This complex contains three towers. The South Tower was converted to condominiums during the real estate boom years. There are many great purchasing opportunities in the Flamingo South Beach.
Here is a list of one bedroom apartments for sale in Flamingo South Beach. Please click the apartment number to see the detail.
Maintenance fees in this building average around $1.00 per square foot per month. This is because the Flamingo has a centralized air conditioning system so your electric utility bill will be less than for another condominium without this type of system.
Flamingo South Beach
|Unit #||Building Name||Floor||List Price||$/SqFt||Living
|REO / SSL|
|330||Flamingo South Beach||3||$370,000||$512||722|
|1030||Flamingo South Beach||10||$320,000||$443||722|
|1066||Flamingo South Beach||10||$310,000||$429||722|
|1420||Flamingo South Beach||14||$390,000||$535||729|
|920||Flamingo South Beach||9||$350,000||$480||729|
|244||Flamingo South Beach||2||$290,000||$398||729|
|1504||Flamingo South Beach||15||$315,000||$425||742|
|1180||Flamingo South Beach||11||$269,900||$361||747|
|132||Flamingo South Beach||1||$390,000||$496||786|
|1558||Flamingo South Beach||15||$349,000||$443||788|
|1154||Flamingo South Beach||11||$395,000||$465||850|
|608||Flamingo South Beach||6||$210,000||$233||900|
|1268||Flamingo South Beach||12||$285,000||$279||1020|
|674||Flamingo South Beach||6||$150,000||$205||731||SSL|
|312||Flamingo South Beach||3||$165,000||$221||745||SSL|
|480||Flamingo South Beach||4||$165,000||$221||747||SSL|
|342||Flamingo South Beach||3||$193,000||$257||750||SSL|
|978||Flamingo South Beach||9||$175,000||$184||953||SSL|
To see all the apartments available, please visit Flamingo South Beach today.
Miami Condos Sales – Market Trends
Miami Condos price averages bottomed in early 2009 and have risen over the last five quarters. The affordability of housing has increased dramatically and this has become good news for investors and first time buyers alike!
The quarterly ending in February 2011 showed a three (3%) percent price decline versus the quarter ending February 2010 $280.00 price per square foot last year as compared to $271.00 this year. Many of the properties that have sold have been distressed properties that were taken back by banks.
It is possible that we have a bottom in place but please remember that real estate transactions are “hyper-local” and averages and medians can often be misleading.
Please note that the the sales of condos have strengthened significantly over the last fifteen months with the most quarter ending February 2011 being fully twenty-three percent above the quarter a year ago. The rising pending sales vs closed sales is due to two factors; 1) increased difficulty in obtaining bank financing and 2) more “Short Sales” going under contract but not being approved by the banks.