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2001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139

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PRICE
$2,375,000+
SQ FT
767-2,411
UNITS
163
STORIES
42
BUILT
2005

About

Setai

Beauty, luxury and finesse come together under one roof to offer an unparallel living experience right in the heart of Miami. The Setai condo hotel is an opulent residence situated in the midst of Miami’s most exciting locale, South Beach. The sun, sand and surf lay beckoning at your doorstep, while a luxurious resort-style residence beguiles with a private retreat indoors. A few steps from Miami’s stylish new cultural district; the sophisticated worlds of art, fashion, entertainment, and haute cuisine intersect at your front door for you to savor every moment of living in this sensational residence.

The Setai condo residences are part of a 40-story, oceanfront building designed by Alayo & Denniston International. 163 ultra-luxury residences offer the most spectacular views of the Miami skyline, South Beach as well as the open Atlantic waters beyond, and come with a choice of eight distinct floor plans. Take a pick from one, two, three and four-bedrooms residences, two-story townhouses or even exquisite penthouses with their very own private terraces and swimming pools. While the condo residences range between 850 and 2,800 in square feet, the penthouses offer a lavish 6,000 square feet of living space.

The pet-friendly units in the splendid Setai condo hotel feature a décor that weaves in Asian influences with panache. The dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the city and ocean, while the palatial private balconies offer you your very own en-suite getaway. Spacious and stunning, most units come equipped with teak furnishing, designer lighting, black granite countertops, Kohler fittings, whirlpool tub and rainfall showerhead along with all the amenities essential to luxurious Miami living.

A Setai residence gives you access to three Oceanside swimming pools complete with lavishly landscaped gardens with fountains, cabanas, beach daybeds and pods for you to soak up the sun in sheer style. Whether you prefer to head out to the 90-foot poolside bar to unwind, relax with personalized spa treatments, indulge in trans-ethnic cuisine at a five-star restaurant, or even get that adrenaline pumping with water sports, The Setai offers it all. Get fit at the state-of-the-art fitness centre with personal trainers, go deep sea diving, indulge in a round of golf or tennis, go shopping at the on-premise art shop and boutique, or even take in the best of Miami with private yacht and plane charters, you won’t feel like taking a vacation with a Setai residence in tow. A 24-hour concierge, laundry, valet, maid and room service make sure that you are pampered throughout.

And the best part, you can choose to rent out your Setai residence to enthusiastic travelers who would like to get a taste of Miami and the exciting South Beach in style, by enrolling your condo in the hotel program from a couple of days to a few months, as per your convenience.

Building key details

Neighborhood

South Beach

Avg Price / Sq Ft

$2,927

Avg Assoc Fee

$3.44 / sq ft / month

CBB Rank

4.4/5help popup

CBB Rank is based on an internal ranking of buildings based on location and level of luxury combined with the average of user reviews from popular review sites.

Pets

Pets OK for Owners & Renters , Large Pets Allowed for Owners

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Building Amenities

Pool / Spa
Pool / Spa
Heated Pool, Sauna, Spa / Hot Tub, Cabana, Private Pool
Boating
Boating
Dock Available, Boat Dock, Private Dock, Marina, Unrestricted Salt Water Access
Sport / Fitness
Sport / Fitness
Exercise Room, Pool, Tennis, Billiard, Basketball, Shuffleboard
Parking
Parking
Covered, Valet, Guest, Deeded
General Amenities
General Amenities
Elevator, Bar, Business Center, Child Play Area, Bbq Picnic Area, Club, Community Room, Common Laundry, Bike Storage, Kitchen Facilities, Private Beach Pavilion, Library, Exterior Lighting, Extra Storage, Trash Chute, Bike Jog Path, Putting Green, Vehicle Wash Area
Waterfront
Waterfront
Deeded Beach Access

Additional details

Monthly Avg Association Fee / Sq Ft

$3.44

Avg Price / Sq Ft

$2,927

Unit Conveniences

Central Cooling, Central Heat, Dishwasher, Electric Cooling, Electric Heat, Furnished, Walk In Closets, Washer/Dryer

Maintenance Includes

N/A

Type of Association

N/A

Style

Condo, Condo 5+ Stories, Condo/Co-Op/Annual, Condo/Co-Op/Seasonal

Transit Score ®

58 (Good Transit)

Bike Score ®

65 (Bikeable)

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Setai floorplans

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Bed/Baths
3 / 4.5
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Floors
17
18 - 33
34 - 38
17 - 19
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38
Interior + Ext (Sq Ft)
3691 + N/A
1198 + N/A
2411 + N/A
1420 + N/A
1334 + N/A
1213 + N/A
1370 + N/A
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Setai building stats

Inventory
Condos for Sale and for Rent
163
Total Condos
11 Condos for Sale
7% of building
21 Condos for Rent
13% of building
20%
of building

Sales stats

Key averages for the building

AVG LIST PRICE

$4,321,364

AVG LIST PRICE / SQ FT

$2,927

AVG SALE PRICE

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Five Condo Units Combined into One Mega Unit Sold for $16.1 Million at the Setai

Notable Sales

Real Estate News

South Beach

Five Condo Units Combined into One Mega Unit Sold for $16.1 Million at the Setai

Five condos that were combined into one at the Setai in Miami Beach traded hands for $16.1 million. This unusual condo was created by slowly combining five smaller condos into one over eight years. The unit is now 5,400 square-feet and encompasses the east side of Setai’s 33rd floor, and most of the north and south sides as well. Each unit had one bedroom and one bathroom in their original form. Becky Adkins, the listing agent for the unit, said that the seller is a Russian family that started their home-building project with only two condo units. As the family got bigger, they needed more space. The family asked about more units on the same floor, then began convincing the people next door to sell them their units. Since the Setai did not allow for construction during winter, the project took longer than it normally would have. Each new unit needed to be built all over again in order to be connected to the others. The last two additions, which were on the northern side of the Setai, became a recreation room, which included billiards, a wine cellar, a spa, a sauna, and a massage room. Source: therealdeal.com Photo credit: Setai - wikipedia.org

Marc Bell Sells Setai Condo Unit for $12 Million

Notable Sales

Real Estate News

South Beach

Marc Bell Sells Setai Condo Unit for $12 Million

Marc Bell sold his condo on the 35th floor of the Setai building in South Beach for $12 million. Up All Night South Beach, the company managed by Bell, sold his three bedroom, three bathroom condo unit on May 20\. The company purchased the condo back in October 2012 for around $7.3 million. The luxury unit was previously listed for $15 million. The buyer is Setai 3509 LLC, managed by Nafia Ergun Sefada. The company obtained a $5.5 million mortgage from BAC Florida Bank to purchase the 2,521-square-foot condo. Eloy Carmenate, One Sotheby’s International Realty broker, and Jeffrey Miller, from Zilbert International Realty, arranged the sale. Bell is a financier from Boca Raton, and is best known as the former CEO of FriendFinders Networks, owned by Penthouse. Bell is also a two-time Tony Award-winning producer. Source: therealdeal.com Photo credit: Marc Bell - nypost.com, View - setaicondorentals.com, Building - wikipedia.org

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Faena District with its bazaar, unique art scene, and theater helps energize this otherwise quiet beachfront. ### North Beach, Miami Beach **What you’ll love: Laidback, quieter oceanfront, community feel, live concerts at the Miami Beach Bandshell** If you’re looking for something a little more affordable on the beach, with a nice small-town community feel, and tons of potential, then you’ll love living in North Beach. The most family-friendly part of Miami Beach with a great oceanside park, golf course, and concerts on the beach (at the Bandshell), this up-and-coming beach neighborhood is now on the radar for developers. ### Surfside & Bal Harbour **What you’ll love: Beachfront luxury, tight-knit beach town community, community center, walkable retail, world-renowned Bal Harbour Shops** This pairing of coastal towns carries some amazing, walkable retail between themselves - the internationally famous Bal Harbour Shops. The oceanfront Bal Harbour offers beachfront luxury and boasts some of the most peaceful stretches of sand in Miami. On the other hand, Surfside is a tight-knit community with a great community center and the nesting grounds of choice for the Florida Loggerhead Sea Turtle. Of the two suburbs, Surfside makes a great choice for empty nesters, while Bal Harbour is great for families with its proximity to schools. ### Sunny Isles Beach **What you’ll love: Oceanfront, branded luxury condos, great (mostly reserved for condo residents) beaches, better priced than Miami Beach** With prices reducing as you move up the beach from South Beach, Sunny Isles makes the perfect (more affordable) slice of oceanfront luxury to own. A great pick for families, this beachtown sits away from the chaos of Miami Beach and closer to the sprawling acreage of Aventura. If you’re looking to for large luxury, branded condo units on the beach with well-maintained parks in a community setting, then this is the best Miami neighborhood for you. Did we mention a wide variety of world-class restaurants? Yes, that’s the icing on the cake here. ### Key Biscayne **What you’ll love: Oceanfront island-living, village feel, sandwiched between two state parks, low-traffic streets, golf at Crandon Park, highly rated schools, Miami Seaquarium** If you cherish a village feel with the bonus of a quiet beachfront, national parks, great schools, and want your kids to be able to bike around town without a worry, then Key Biscayne is the best Miami neighborhood for you. With only one road in and out, you know you and your loved ones are safe. Off the beaten path, just a 15-minute scenic drive from Brickell, Downtown Miami and Coconut Grove, this laidback island-village has plenty of watersports and features an incredible community center with an Olympic pool, jungle gym, gym for adults, indoor basketball court, ping pong & pool tables, volleyball, year-round programming, and more. It's also a nature and fitness lover's paradise with Biscayne National Park here, along with an historic lighthouse, multiple tennis complexes and a golf course. ### Fisher Island **What you’ll love: One of the most expensive zip codes in America, ultra-exclusive island, handful of high-net-worth neighbors, golf cart around town** One of the most luxurious zip codes in the country, living in Fisher Island is as exclusive as it gets in Miami. Only accessible by private boat, helicopter, or ferry, and with an extra layer of tight security, you are in one of the safest, most private islands in the world. There’s also a handful of restaurants, a gourmet market, the historic Mediterranean-style Vanderbilt Mansion for recreation, a coveted seaside golf course, and the recently renovated Fisher Island Club for residents to enjoy. Besides easy access to tranquil beaches and intricately-designed homes, expect to be living with captains of industry, celebrities, and other high-net-worth residents for neighbors. Did we miss a key neighborhood? Did you find a match? Do you have a different take on any of these neighborhoods? Let us know in the comments. And as always, if you want a tour of one of these Miami areas, or need advice on the best condos for your lifestyle, call or email us anytime. **ARE WE FRIENDS ON SOCIAL MEDIA?** 📣 Connect with us on Instagram, TikTok and Youtube. 📣 Thanks for reading, and be sure to follow us on our social media @blackbookproperties – we’re on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube!

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