This condo is so low-key it can be heard even from a mile away.
Its a low-profile apartment in an upscale neighborhood that’s a few blocks from a shopping mall.
Its located in Coconut Grove, a town in Florida’s Palm Beach County that’s just minutes from Miami.
Its owner, Michael R. Loomis, told ABC News that he wants to keep it that way because he thinks its the only way to keep a small community small.
“You can’t just do the same thing every single day and expect the community to grow,” he said.
“It just makes no sense.”
So he’s been trying to make his community even smaller.
Loomis built the condo as a temporary solution, but he’s already started selling it for $600 a month.
Lumberjack Joe Loomas told ABC affiliate WPTV that he’s making money selling the condo on Airbnb and says he’s selling it because he wants it to stay that way.
“I’m doing it for the community and I want to keep the community small,” he told WPTV.
Lumby and Loomus have had a lot of success selling condos in the past.
Lombardi’s first condo sold for $800 a month in 2010, while the condo he was building in South Florida sold for a record $2.4 million in 2016.
But there are many condos that can’t afford to live there, like the condo in South Miami.
Miami Beach property appraiser Scott Gee told WPXI-TV the median price of a condominium in the neighborhood was $1.2 million in February 2017.
Gee said the condos are going up in price because people are moving into more expensive neighborhoods.
“People want to buy condos in Miami Beach because they’re going to live closer to the ocean and have more amenities,” he explained.
But people don’t want to live right next door to condos that cost more, he said, and people are just getting priced out.
“This is a great community,” he continued.
“There’s lots of money to be made.”