Super Bowl winner Jeremy Shockey sells South Beach condo

Artecity Park developer Claudio Benedetti paid $2.4M for the Waverly unit

Miami /
Jan.January 04, 2018 02:50 PM

Jeremy Shockey and unit 3601 at 1330 West Avenue (Credit: One Sotheby’s International Realty)

Former University of Miami football player and two-time Super Bowl winner Jeremy Shockey has reached the end zone with his Miami Beach penthouse.

Shockey sold his three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo at the Waverly South Beach for $2.4 million, after about two years on the market with One Sotheby’s International Realty agent Reid Heidenry. The nearly 2,600-square-foot unit at 1330 West Avenue traded for about $930 per square foot.

Claudio Benedetti, who developed Artecity Park in Miami Beach, of Bologna, Italy bought the penthouse, according to a One Sotheby’s spokesperson. Max Picchiura of Sobe International Realty brought the buyer.

Shockey played 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, includes two balconies with views of the bay and Atlantic Ocean.

He put unit 3601 on the market in late 2015 for $3 million, marking a nearly 20 percent difference off the original asking price. It was relisted in December for the reduced price of $2.85 million, according to Realtor.com.

Shockey is developing a home in Miami Beach, Heidenry said.


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