Twelve-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic now owns one of the luxurious condominium residences at Eighty Seven Park on Miami Beach, according to press materials.
The tennis pro, who withdrew from the Miami Open due to an elbow injury, bought a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom unit, with interiors designed by RDAI.
The sale price was not disclosed, but three-bedroom residences at Eighty Seven Park are currently priced up to $8.9 million.
Indoor-outdoor living is made possible within the unit’s 6,327 square feet, with expansive terraces and an outdoor kitchen that overlooks a 35-acre oceanfront park, which is planned to undergo an over $20 million renovation by Dutch landscape firm West 8.
The 70-unit glass condominium tower was developed by Terra, Bizzi & Partners Development and New Valley and was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano.
With his residency, Djokovic has access to two pools, a full-service spa, a gym with ocean views, and a wine bar.
He will also receive a key to the two-acre, gated residents’ park on the north side of the building.
Images courtesy of Eighty Seven Park