Game, set, match.
Andy Murray, the top-ranked men’s tennis player, just sold his Brickell condo for $2.4 million, listing agent Jon Jacobs told The Real Deal. The sale of Jade Residences unit 4501 closed on Friday after more than two-and-a-half years on the market.
Murray used the four-bedroom, 3,415-square-foot unit for players and friends “going in and out of tournaments in Miami,” said Jacobs, of City Realty Group International. Claudine Letz of Fortune International Group represented the buyer, whom Jacobs declined to identify. Letz could not immediately be reached for comment.
Property records show Murray’s AM 007 LLC paid $1.575 million for the condo in 2008, which means he just sold it for a profit of $825,000 in nine years, despite at one point being listed for nearly $3 million. It had been under contract three times and the most recent asking price was $2.5 million.
It sold for more than $700 per square foot.
The Jade Brickell condo features wraparound views of the bay and of the skyline, as well as three terraces with 868 feet of outdoor space. It includes a private elevator lobby, bedroom suites, marble flooring, hardwood floor boards, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The 48-story tower was designed by Bernard Zyscovich and completed in 2004. Amenities include a sky lounge, fitness center and spa, and a pool deck with two infinity-edged pools. It was developed by Fortune International Group.
In 2012, Latin Grammy winner and singer Luis Miguel sold his Jade unit in Brickell for $2.2 million.
Murray still owns a home in Miami, Jacobs said.