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European-style streets and shops, surrounding a new multi-use arena? It’s just what Detroit needs … but there are pressing questions. Like, who will pay for it, and will Woody Allen shoot his next movie there?
He’s probably going to re-sign with Miami. But maybe he’s headed to Houston. Wouldn’t it be cool if he signed with Phoenix? Regardless of what Chris Bosh decides in the next few weeks, he’ll always have this $3 million condo in his hometown of Dallas. So, you know, whatever.
For what it’s worth, this is a pretty swanky pad: 2,084 square feet, floor-to-ceiling windows, city and bay views and THREE PARKING SPACES. Do you know how nice it is to have one parking space, let alone three? I’d probably pay a million a year for those spaces here in New York.
Unless he’s got a secret cot and sink for armpit showers at M&T Bank Stadium that we don’t know about, it looks like John Harbaugh will be slightly poorer and without a home when this place gets sold.
The Broncos went on a spending spree this week, signing a whole bunch of fantastic free agents from places like New England and Cleveland and Dallas to shore up their defense. But where will these guys live? At least one of them could take Elvis Dumervil’s swanky modern pad (and if all three decided to bunk there, we’d watch that show in a second).
Good news for people who love it when Vlade Divac sells his house: Vlade Divac is selling his house. The five bedroom, four (and a half) bathroom chrome and stucco contemporary pad located in the “exclusive community” of Castellammare is on sale for $3.25 million.
You’d think that anything Michael Jordan once touched would be worth its weight in gold, but apparently sleeping in the same penthouse His Airness once called home isn’t appealing (performance anxiety, perhaps?) — at least not for the prices listed.