Two-time Super Bowl winner lists South Beach condo

Miami /
Dec.December 21, 2015 04:30 PM

Former University of Miami football player and two-time Super Bowl winner Jeremy Shockey has listed his Miami Beach penthouse.

Shockey has listed his three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo at the Waverly South Beach for $3 million. Unit 3601 spans 2,582 square feet, which means it’s on the market for $1,161 per square foot.

Shockey played for the Miami Hurricanes, the New York Giants, the New Orleans Saints and more recently, the Carolina Panthers. His penthouse, which he purchased in 2005 for $1.45 million, features two balconies with views of the bay and Atlantic Ocean.

Reid Heidenry of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent for the unit, at 1330 West Avenue. Heidenry told The Real Deal that Shockey is buying a home in Miami Beach.

He said the Waverly unit faces the Venetian Islands, Star and Palm islands.

The Waverly, designed by Arquitectonica, was completed in 2001. Other units at the Waverly are being listed for sale from $360,000 for a one-bedroom to $1.15 million for a two-bedroom, according to the building’s website. The two-tower development has 399 units ranging in size from 800 square feet to 1,384 square feet. Shockey’s unit is in the 35-story tower. The other building is 29 stories tall.

Directly south of the Waverly is an assemblage that New York-based JDS Development acquired over the course of about a year. A JDS affiliate paid a combined $42 million for 13 properties along Monad Terrace between the bay and West Avenue.


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