Miami Heat point guard and former University of Kansas great Mario Chalmers has put his Miami condominium on the market. The views, spectacular. The asking price: $4 million.
The two-story condo is on the 49th floor of the 67-story Marquis Residences across the street from the Heat’s American Airlines Arena, according to The Wall Street Journal’s “Private Properties” report. The building was described as being one of the tallest in Miami.
The unit has 5,475 square feet, five bedrooms and five bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling glass windows with views of the ocean and Biscayne Bay. and a large outdoor terrace. The two-story condo also has a game room, two laundry rooms, and four parking spaces, the Journal said.
Chalmers bought the unit in 2012 from hip hop artist Drake for $2.4 million, the Journal said. After leaving KU, where he was instrumental in helping the team win the 2008 NCAA national basketball title, Chalmers joined the NBA's Heat and has been a fixture in their backcourt.
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No word from Chalmers on why he’s selling. The property is being listed by Opulence International Realty, the Journal said.