Former Heat player Chris “Birdman” Andersen lists two Miami condos for sale

Andersen is asking a total of $1M for a condo on the 16th floor of Marinablue and one on the 34th floor of the building across the street from American Airlines Arena

Dec.December 08, 2018 01:00 PM

Chris “Birdman” Andersen (Source: Wikipedia)

UPDATED, Dec. 10, 9:25 a.m.: Former Miami Heat player Chris “Birdman” Andersen listed two nests at a Miami condominium for sale for a total of $1 million.

He listed a couple of two-bedroom, two-bathroom units at Marinablue, a 57-story, Arquitectonica-designed condominium within walking distance of American Airlines Arena, where Andersen played for the Heat from 2013 to 2016.

He is asking $525,000 for a 1,198-square-foot condo on the 34th floor of Marinablue (Unit 3405) and $475,000 for a 1,208-square-foot condo on the 16th floor (Unit 1604).

Built in 2008, Marinablue is at 888 Biscayne Boulevard.

Marcelo Steinmander, an agent of brokerage firm EWM, has the listings for Andersen’s condos.


Chris Andersen’s view from Unit 1604 at Bluemarina

Andersen – known for his Mohawk haircut and brightly colored tattoos on his neck, chest, arms and legs – was a player for the National Basketball Association’s Memphis Grizzlies and the Cleveland Cavaliers after his tenure with the Heat.

In early 2017, the Cavaliers traded him to the Charlotte Hornets after he suffered a season-ending knee injury in December 2016, and the Hornets waived Andersen, who is now 40 years old. – Mike Seemuth

An earlier version of this story named the wrong unit number at MarinaBlue. 

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