Vladimir Tarasenko Snags Miami Condo, Chris Paul Lists in L.A., and More Sports Celebrity Deals

It’s not opening for at least another three years, but JDS Development’s mixed-use residential tower in Miami’s trendy Brickell neighborhood has already snagged a cool new resident. According to the real estate and media firm SERHANT, 32-year-old Florida Panthers hockey star Vladimir Tarasenko has officially skated into Mercedes-Benz Places, adding to a property portfolio that also includes a brand-new $5 million waterfront spread in Fort Lauderdale.

The recently crowned Stanley Cup champ has purchased one of the 67-story property’s single-bedroom condos, which are filtered across all levels of the building and start at a puck slide under $1.2 million.

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Per marketing materials, open-concept floor plans for those particular units range from 725 square feet to 883 square feet and feature luxe Woods Bagot-designed living space adorned with floor-to-ceiling windows and terraces framing picturesque Biscayne Bay and Atlantic Ocean vistas.

Additional highlights include private elevator lobbies and spacious great rooms holding combined living and dining areas, which are nestled alongside bespoke kitchens outfitted with black stone countertops and high-end Miele appliances. Grand primary suites also come complete with spa-inspired baths boasting marble vanities and rain showers.

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Tarasenko will be privy to plenty of building amenities, including 24-hour concierge and valet service, a rooftop pool, a screening room, workspaces, a library, resident lounges, an al fresco kitchen and dining area, two signature restaurants, a cocktail bar, and even a custom Mercedes-Benz race car simulator.

Construction on the vehicle manufacturer’s first branded tower in the U.S. is currently under way, with an estimated delivery timeframe of 2027. Sales and marketing duties are being exclusively handled by real estate broker and Owning Manhattan star Ryan Serhant.

Caroline Wozniacki, David Lee Get $37 Million for Their Fisher Island Penthouse

Caroline Wozniacki, David Lee Get $37 Million for Their Fisher Island Penthouse
Caroline Wozniacki, David Lee Get $37 Million for Their Fisher Island Penthouse

It’s been barely three years since Caroline Wozniacki and David Lee picked up a Florida penthouse on ultra-exclusive Fisher Island, off the coast of Miami Beach. Now the Danish tennis pro and her former NBA All-Star husband have sold the lofty residence for $37 million—substantially less than the initial $42.5 million ask in January, but still a whopping $18.3 million more than they paid in 2021.

Dina Goldentayer of Douglas Elliman served as the listing agent and Don Pingaro of Official repped the buyer, which is a Delaware-registered LLC linked to Sandcastle Isle, according to the South Florida Business Journal.

Occupying the top floor of the Mediterranean-inspired Palazzo Del Sol—a 10-story waterfront luxury condo tower designed by local architect Kobi Karp and completed in 2016—the five-bedroom, six-bath duplex offers 7,000 square feet of revamped living space laced with white oak herringbone floors. Vast walls of glass and 5,000 feet of terrace space also provide sweeping bay and ocean views.

In addition to an open-concept great room holding a salon, a bar, a TV room, and a formal dining area, there’s also a sleek kitchen sporting an eat-in marble island and top-tier Gaggenau appliances, as well as a wine wall and a screening room flaunting a Bang & Olufsen sound system. The amenities continue outdoors with a hot tub and a summer kitchen, plus a rooftop terrace hosting a barbecue station and a private pool.

Wozniacki and Lee sold another condo on a lower level of the same building in 2021 for $16.3 million.

Former Seattle Seahawks Owner’s Bay Area Estate Is Headed to Auction

Former Seattle Seahawks Owner’s Bay Area Estate Is Headed to Auction
Former Seattle Seahawks Owner’s Bay Area Estate Is Headed to Auction

Back in the mid-1980s, developer and onetime Seattle Seahawks owner Ken Behring commissioned architect Doug Dahlin to create a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home for him and his wife Pat in the Oakland suburb of Danville, within the elite gated Blackhawk Country Club community.

After first hitting the market last summer for just under $25 million, the place long belonging to the now-deceased couple is now going under the gavel with Concierge Auctions. No-reserve bids are expected to start at between $7 million and $11 million.

Completed in 1988 and known as the Behring Estate, the gated hilltop spread has a total of seven bedrooms and 14 baths spread across nearly 27,000 square feet of Steve Chase-designed living space enhanced with Brazilian teak ceilings, quartz and flagstone finishes, and walls of glass framing mountain vistas.

Posh creature comforts encompass a plush movie theater and a temperature-controlled wine room and tasting area featured in Wine Spectator magazine. Not to mention a 7,000-square-foot ballroom with a nightclub-style bar, an auto showroom, and crystal chandeliers dangling from a mirrored black ceiling.

Other standout features include a waterfall-clad entry foyer, a formal living area, a spacious dining room, and a gourmet kitchen and secondary prep kitchen. A sumptuous primary suite is also decked out with a retractable ceiling for stargazing, a fireplace, another full kitchen, a sauna, a steam room, and a “secret” door with access to Kimio Kimura-landscaped grounds containing a pool and spa, a dining pavilion, a tennis court, and koi ponds.

Private previews of the property are available upon request, with the live auction set to take place on July 18.

NBA Star Chris Paul’s L.A. Home Bounces on the Market for $16.5 Million

NBA Star Chris Paul’s L.A. Home Bounces on the Market for $16.5 Million
NBA Star Chris Paul’s L.A. Home Bounces on the Market for $16.5 Million

After almost four years of ownership, Chris Paul (affectionately known as “CP3”) is moving on from his Los Angeles estate. The nearly 1.4-acre spread, tucked away in the heart of Encino, is back on the market for a smidge under $16.5 million.

The 12-time NBA All-Star—who played for the Golden State Warriors in the 2023–24 season and could soon be a free agent—acquired the modern farmhouse-style home for roughly $11 million back in spring 2020, shortly after it was newly built.

Resting amid a gated cul-de-sac parcel, the white wood-sided and stone-accented structure has eight bedrooms and 12 baths in 12,830 square feet of two-level living space equipped with dual offices, a glass-encased wine display, and a movie theater.

There’s also a two-story guesthouse and an open-air cabana with its own bath, along with a gym, a sports court, a saltwater pool, a four-car garage, a generator, and a guard house.