Brickell Flatiron, Miami’s tallest condominium, sold four penthouse units for a combined $31.6 million during the coronavirus shutdown, leaving one last developer-owned penthouse up for grabs.

The 62nd-floor penthouse is on the market for $9 million. It’s a two-story, 4,633-square-foot furnished unit with four bedrooms, terraces extending from each exterior room and expansive views of the city and Biscayne Bay. The sale takes the building to 98% in closed transactions.

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