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Serbian tennis tycoon, and household name, Novak Djokovic, scored both at Wimbledon and in Miami, recently, after winning the elite tennis tournament for the sixth time in a row and selling his luxury condo on Miami Beach. Djokovic honors his seemingly lucky number, six, by serving up his elevated Miami Beach condo and ultimately selling the Renzo Piano-designed home for $6 million. The pretty price tag of Djokovic’s former home is attributed to its prime location on the, more coveted now than ever, Miami Beach coastline, and the sleek and classic, spacious unit itself. Djokovic had owned the glass and hardwood-adorned luxury residence for nearly four years before it closed in 2021. Djokovic purchased the unit for $5.77M in the spring of 2017, and since then, a lot has changed. Djokovic now boasts a six-time Wimbledon championship streak (doubling his former three-time streak of 2017), and of course, has since cashed in on his gorgeous former Miami home.
The Miami Beach condo, as previously mentioned, features the exquisite and elegant architectural designs of Renzo Piano, and is one of two units owned by Djokovic designed by the Pritzker-winning architect. Djokovic first locked down a Piano-designed SoHo, Manhattan unit before investing in his beachside condo at Eighty Seven Park in Miami. For a tennis pro like Djokovic, only the best will do; the Miami Beach condo greets guests with a photo-worthy view. Palm trees and greenery line the entrance hall both catching the eye whilst blending seamlessly with the neutral-toned interior, and viridescent furniture accents. The masterfully constructed building is an elliptical-shaped glass tower that appears buoyant over the garden and the Atlantic Ocean below. Djokovic’s former 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom condominium unit comes complete with sophisticated 10-foot tall ceilings, walls of glass, an open floor plan, and a minimalist yet elevated and polished dining room which leads straight on to the most unforgettable 1,715-square-foot wraparound terrace from which residents can view the stunning Miami Beach skyline. The entire condominium space exudes a clean-cut and refined energy with neutral-toned palettes, open space areas, and classic lines and furnishing. Amenities offered by the building include a gated park, a superb and stylized expansive botanical garden, and of course, Djokovic’s beloved tennis courts are located just across the street.
According to the listing, Carlo Dipasquale with Cervera Real Estate and Wendy Mendoza with Cayhill and Dumott Realty represented the top-tier tennis pro, while Joyce Gato with Douglas Elliman represented the South Florida oceanfront condo’s buyer.
Novak Djokovic continues to ascend the path of success, and we cannot wait to see which championship, and potentially real estate investment, he scores next.
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