Amar’e Stoudemire Sells W South Beach Penthouse for $5.2M

August 12, 2011 by Lucas Lechuga

Amar'e Stoudemire New York Knicks

NBA superstar Amar’e Stoudemire has officially sold his W South Beach penthouse.  The transaction closed earlier today and reportedly sold for $5.2M.  The sales price represents a 20 percent discount off the $6.5M asking price established this past April.  Stoudemire purchased the property directly from the W South Beach developer in July 2009 for $5,575,000.  The 2 bedroom/2.5 bath duplex penthouse has 2,428 square feet of interior and an amazing 2,816 square feet of exterior space, including a private rooftop plunge pool and summer kitchen.

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Click for more pictures of Stoudemire’s former W South Beach penthouse

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Gixxer1000
4 years 8 months ago
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DJ
4 years 8 months ago

Alright guys I admit it was me. I needed a weekend pad to watch games and whatnot. Figured this place should do.

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imo
4 years 8 months ago

gixxer, i don’t like that one bayfront plaza will completely block the iconic Bank of america building and its colorful illumination as seen from miami beach.

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Gixxer1000
4 years 8 months ago

Miami tower is back from the bay and will eventually be blocked by something. Better it be a super tall iconic building.

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Joe
4 years 8 months ago

Lucas is now tailoring this blog to the 0.0001% of the people in the world who have $5 million sitting around for purposes of r.e. “investment.”

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jcrimes76
4 years 8 months ago

what happened to this site? the posts are definitely weak (sorry Lucas).

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SouthBeacher
4 years 8 months ago

and less frequent. should be something new every 2 days or so. weeks go by without anything new posted.

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Wuls
4 years 8 months ago

But what a bad investment. Down nearly 10% in two years when Miami Beach is meant to have stabilised (certainly inventories are been bought by ‘investors’). Add to that 2 years worth of taxes and running costs and it’s probably cost nearly 20%.

Not exactly a good investment. Even if the condo looks very nice.

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