A look at Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen’s South Florida real estate portfolio

Bündchen bought two homes in Surfside, while Brady rents at Fendi Château Residences and is building an Indian Creek mansion

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen with 9349 Collins Avenue, 8850 Emerson Avenue,  26 Indian Creek Island Road, and 1400 Biscaya Drive (Google Maps, Getty, Fendi Chateau)
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen with 9349 Collins Avenue, 8850 Emerson Avenue, 26 Indian Creek Island Road, and 1400 Biscaya Drive (Google Maps, Getty, Fendi Chateau)

Tom Brady sat on the beach, wind in his hair and announced for the second time that he is retiring — for good. 

Brady, a seven-time Super Bowl champ, posted the selfie video on his social media accounts, with the Fendi Château Residences building — where he is renting a condo — in the background. He and his ex-wife, supermodel Gisele Bündchen, announced last year that they had finalized their divorce, and both are calling South Florida home as they co-parent their kids. 

Even before the divorce, they rented a four-bedroom, 4,300-square-foot waterfront home at 29 Indian Creek Island Road on Indian Creek, according to a source. 

The Real Deal compiled the former couple’s properties in the Miami area: 

Brady’s Surfside rental

Brady is paying $60,000 a month to rent a unit on the ninth floor at Fendi Château, according to sources and records. He rented the 4,100-square-foot condo at 9349 Collins Avenue in Surfside in November. The unit has three bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, service quarters and a 1,400-square-foot wraparound terrace with an outdoor kitchen, according to the listing. 

Chateau Group completed the 12-story, 57-unit Fendi Château in 2016. The building was designed by Arquitectonica, and units range from three bedrooms spanning more than 3,000 square feet to three penthouses spanning more than 7,000 square feet. 

Oren Alexander of Side-backed Official represented Brady, and Compass agent Mendel Fellig represented the owner, according to information from the Multiple Listing Service provided to TRD. Alexander and Fellig declined to comment.

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Bündchen’s Surfside homes

Bündchen paid $11.5 million for the waterfront home at 1400 Biscaya Drive in Surfside in October via a trust, records show. The 6,600-square-foot house, built in 1981, is likely a teardown. It sits on a 0.4-acre lot across the water from the Indian Creek mansion that Brady is building. 

The Surfside property has 92 feet of waterfront. The seller, Bay Drive BJ Partners LLC, lost money on the deal. It paid $11.8 million for the property months earlier, in April of last year. 

Joel Lusky with The Brokerage South Florida Real Estate represented the seller in the sale to Bündchen, according to Realtor.com. Vanessa Frank with One Sotheby’s International Realty represented Bündchen.

Records show that Bündchen, via an LLC, also paid $1.3 million for the small, non-waterfront home at 8850 Emerson Avenue in Surfside in February 2022, months before she and Brady would announce their divorce. The deal may have introduced her to Frank of One Sotheby’s, who was the listing agent for 8850 Emerson Avenue. The 1,540-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom house, built in 1940, was renovated and sits on a 0.1-acre lot. 

Indian Creek mansion 

Brady and Bündchen paid $17 million for the lot at 26 Indian Creek Island Road in late 2020, via an LLC managed by Fontainebleau Development executives. (Brady is good friends with developer Jeff Soffer, owner of Fontainebleau Development.)  

The couple knocked down the home on the nearly 2-acre property and began building a new mansion. Brady is moving forward with construction, records show.