Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Photos: Peek inside Deion Sanders’ Azure penthouse condo on the market for $4.8 million
Looking for a gift for that special Cowboys fan in your life?
DALLAS 2900 McKinnon #3002 is on the market for $4.8 million. Sound pricey? No way. This is Deion Sanders's downtown baby, a beautiful two-story condo across from Greg Brady’s penthouse once on the market for a whopping $7.9 million, now reduced for quick sale at $5.9 million. Sanders’s pad started out at $5 million — actually I think more — and he had it leased for some time prior to his divorce.
Now, baby, it can be all yours!
This is one of the two tip top units at The Azure, which is known as the Dallas high rise with fabulous parking. Talk about the Mile High Club, this baby has its own private pool with a wet bar, full bath, outdoor fireplace, and an elevator to take you up there. (And lock everyone else out!) Sanders' is a two-level penthouse with stunning skyline views of downtown Dallas from every angle, especially the balcony. Of course you get the concierge, 24/7 valet, 5,081 square feet, three giant bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, LEED certified, gourmet kitchen loaded up with Miele, Sub-Zero and European style perfection cabinets, marble marble everywhere, and floor-to-ceiling windows on the very top floor.
Your neighbor (for awhile) will be Brady, former president of i2 Technologies, once the Mark Zuckerberg of supply-chain management. He once was offering not just a BMW Z8 at closing, but a week on his yacht, the Noble House, to whoever would hand over $8 million dollars — actually, $7,999,000 big ones. His luxury penthouse also has a private elevator leading to the terrace lounge with a wet bar, full bath, and private rooftop pool. Come August, you can pool-hop and see whose pool stays the coolest. Not sure if Brady is still offering the perks, but hey, your neighbor has a frickin’ yacht! Ought to add a couple hundred thousand to the asking price for that.
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