Mansion Global confirmed that the powerful couple David and Victoria Beckham purchased a full-floor penthouse apartment at One Thousand Museum, a new condominium designed by the late Zaha Hadid in downtown Miami.
The acquisition was agreed a few months ago and was officially closed this week, according to a statement issued by Mansion Global Developers.
“With the launch of Inter Miami CF [Club International de Football Miami], David and his team spend extended periods in Miami,” a spokesman for David Beckham said in the statement. “A thousand museums is very special building, and we’re excited to join the community there.
The deal was concluded by Beckham Brand Ltd., the partnership and licensing company owned by David Beckham. The company did not respond to requests for further comments.
David Beckham, 44, a former English professional footballer, is the incumbent president of Inter Miami CF, who played her first game against Los Angeles FC on March 1. His wife, Victoria, 45, who was once part of the Pop Spice Girls group, had her fashion brand.
The full floor penthouse is located on a high floor in a 62 storey tower, and offers a living space in excess of 10,335 square feet. It contains five bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms.
The shed was asking 20 million dollars. The selling price could not be determined, as the transaction has not yet appeared in the property records.
The development team, led by Lewis Birdman, Greg Coffin and Kevin Wenger, declined to reveal more information, including the floor on which the unit is located.
Amenities in the luxurious building, which officially opened in August 2019, include a rooftop airstrip, a sky lounge for dining and special events, a water center with an indoor pool, and a spa and wellness center.