Kris Humphries sells Miami Beach condo

Kim Kardashian's ex gets $1.7 million for Blue Diamond penthouse

Feb.February 26, 2014 12:30 PM

From the South Florida site: Kim Kardashian ex Kris Humphries has sold his Miami Beach condo for about $1.7 million, The Real Deal has learned.

The Boston Celtics forward made a profit of nearly $700,000 in the Feb. 17 sale of a penthouse unit at the Blue Diamond building, according to Miami-Dade County records. Humphries paid $990,000 for the 4779 Collins Avenue condo in December 2007. Miami-Dade County recorded the sale Tuesday.

Matthew Quan of New York is the buyer. He did not obtain financing for the purchase.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo totals 1,560 square feet. Blue Diamond was completed in 2000.

Humphries has played in the National Basketball Association since 2004. He is best known for his short-lived marriage to reality TV star Kardashian. The couple filed for divorce in 2011 and reached a settlement last spring. — Eric Kalis


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