The home was built in 1996
NBA free agent power forward Carlos Boozer, a potential target of the Miami Heat, has
sold his Coconut Grove home for $5.5 million. The Mediterranean-style
compound was built in 1996 and renovated ten years later, and has 7,002
square feet of living space. According to Miami Condo Investments,
Boozer formerly owned a 25th floor condo at Jade Brickell, which he sold
in 2006 for $1.38 million. Boozer played for the Utah Jazz last season. [L.A.