Hassan Whiteside splashed out $1.2M for a Miami penthouse

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This 7-foot jock just got a seven-figure house deal.

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Basketball star Hassan Whiteside, a center forward who played for professional teams including the Utah Jazz and Miami Heat, bought a penthouse apartment in Standard Residences, Midtown Miami for 1.2 million dollars.

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Two bedroom house with two bathrooms, chef’s kitchen, large bathtub with double rain shower and light wood plank flooring.

However, this will not be his main base. Whiteside says it will use the purchase as a pied-à-terre – and that being able to rent it “for just 30 days at a time makes it an attractive investment.”

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Ryan Kelly of Douglas Elliman represented Whiteside in the deal.

Whiteside purchased the development-stage facility, due for completion in 2023, for $1.2 million.
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A bedroom with a million dollar view.
A bedroom with a million dollar view.
Standard Residences, Midtown
Living room leading to the kitchen.
Living room leading to the kitchen.
Standard Residences, Midtown
Great open space.
Great open space.
Standard Residences, Midtown
The building will have 228 apartments.
The building will have 228 apartments.
Standard Residences, Midtown
A chic swimming pool is also available.
A chic swimming pool is also available.
Standard Residences, Midtown
Rest zone.
Rest zone.
Standard Residences, Midtown

The 12-story building, with easy access to the vibrant Wynwood and Design districts, was designed by Carlos Rosso and, when completed in 2023, will feature 228 pad-style spaces by architecture firm Arquitectonica with interiors by Urban Robot.

On-site amenities include a rooftop pool, signature restaurant, gym, infrared sauna and additional entertainment such as a lounge with karaoke bar and cinema room, co-working spaces and an indoor pickleball court. The house has high-speed elevators and high-speed internet.

There will also be concierge and access to The Standard’s “preferred” pricing program at Standard hotels worldwide.

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