NBA’s Tim Hardaway Jr. rents out Miami Beach home

Mavericks guard bought the home in 2022 for $9.2M

Tim Hardaway Jr. Getty Images)
Tim Hardaway Jr. Getty Images)

NBA player Tim Hardaway Jr. has rented out his non-waterfront home on Miami Beach’s North Bay Road, The Real Deal has learned. 

Hardaway Jr., who plays for the Dallas Mavericks and is averaging 17.1 points per game, has signed a six-month lease with an unknown tenant for Hardaway’s home at 6015 North Bay Road. The house was asking $50,000 per month, according to a source.  

Rachel Zackheim and Philip Scheinfeld of the Philip Scheinfeld Team at Compass represented the tenant.

Hardaway Jr., who is the son of NBA hall of famer and crossover-dribble marvel Tim Hardaway, paid about $9.2 million for the spec home in May 2022, a record for a non-waterfront property in the area. 

The junior Hardaway attended Miami Palmetto Senior High School in Pinecrest and joined the NBA in 2013, with stints with the  Knicks and the Atlanta Hawks before joining the Mavericks in 2019.

Developer Todd Michael Glaser built Hardaway’s 4,700-square-foot, six-bedroom home. Glaser and his partners, Fred Karlton and Charlie Ratner, paid about $1.5 million for the 9,400-square-foot lot in 2016 via 6015 NBR Partners LLC, property records show.

The property, designed by Domo Architecture + Design, has two pools, a two-car garage, a summer kitchen and garden. The second floor includes four bedrooms and a family room.

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Earlier this year, rents for high-end properties in the area were sky-high, but have since fallen, according to a source.  

In 2021, Hardaway Jr. sold the waterfront home at 672 South Shore Drive on Miami Beach’s Normandy Isle for $6.8 million.

Hardaway Jr. is hardly the only current or active NBA player making real estate moves in Miami recently.

Retired basketball star Jason Richardson in September bought a flipped mansion in Miami.

Richardson dropped $6.3 million on the 1.2-acre estate at 10010 Southwest 60th Street from Jeff Aririguzo, a source confirmed. Aririguzo is an e-commerce entrepreneur and influencer.

Jorge Uribe of One Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing, and Gisele Bonetti and Megan Clark of Coldwell Banker brought the buyer.

Richardson had a 14-season career with the NBA, playing for the Golden State Warriors, Charlotte Bobcats, Phoenix Suns, Orlando Magic and Philadelphia 76ers between 2001 and 2015. He was the fifth overall pick in the NBA draft in 2001.

— Ted Glanzer, Katherine Kallergis

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