“There aren’t any units left for us to sell,” he said.
A total of 375 condos were offered to buyers, who quickly snapped them up.
The tower has become the fastest-selling new condominium in Miami’s history, brokers say.
As of April, when 90 percent of units were sold, the average sales price was $1,100 per square foot.
Also in April, the developer said that he would consider building a second E11EVEN tower to meet demand.
Simkins controls around 10 acres in the area, and has plans for a project called the Miami Innovation District.
The urban core, and particularly Park West, will see the most aggressive growth of any area over the next to five to 10 years, Simkins said. It is destined to become the best area in the city, he added.
Groundbreaking on the 698-foot E11EVEN tower will take place in the third quarter of 2021, with completion to take around 30 months.