Play ball: The Miami Marlins outfielder Corey Dickerson has listed his Miami Beach home base for $2.7 million.
The ballplayer picked up the swanky new digs from the developer, notes the co-listing agent, Michael Light.
Located in the waterfront Ritz-Carlton Residences, the luxury loft offers three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms on two levels. Highlights of the 3,300-square-foot residence include a designer kitchen and bathrooms, as well as a spacious terrace with a summer kitchen.
The impeccable interior space opens to a 25-foot ceiling in the great room, floor-to-ceiling windows with remote-controlled shades, and gray porcelain flooring that flows throughout the space.
The sleek, eat-in kitchen, with Boffi cabinetry, a chef’s island, and Gaggenau appliances, opens out to the dining area and living room. Pantry storage is cleverly contained in shelves hidden along the wall.
A master suite comes with a spalike master bathroom with a glass-enclosed wet room and jetted soaking tub, dual vanities, and a custom walk-in closet that the owner added. The layout also includes a den and a laundry room.
Dickerson never lived in the place full time—he stays in his native Mississippi in the offseason—and the pristine space looks very lightly used.
Completed in 2019 by an Italian architect, Piero Lissoni, the eight-story building is a mix of condo units and family villas (with no hotel component).
Residents enjoy luxe amenities, such as a half-acre rooftop pool deck, a restaurant, attached parking garage, boat dock, billiard-room, virtual golf, theater, spa, gym, kids’ room, 24-hour attended lobbies, valet, and concierge. Plus, pets are also allowed.
“All the amenities really spoke to them,” Light says of Dickerson and his wife, Beth Anne, who have two young children.
“We saw several oceanfront buildings, but they chose this because of the [Ritz-Carlton] brand, and the neighborhood,” he says, noting that the building is located in a primarily residential area, rare for condo developments.
With the high ceilings and two floors, “It really makes it feel more like a single-family home than a condo,” Light adds.
The Marlins star may be leaving, but other big names can still be found at the exclusive address. In 2019, the Hall of Famer Mike Piazza purchased a unit in the building for $5.6 million.
Cindy Crawford, the supermodel, and her husband, businessman Rande Gerber, also added a condo to their extensive real estate portfolio. The CEO and chairman of American Eagle Outfitters, Jay Schottenstein, reportedly owns a unit as well.
Dickerson, 31, made his major league debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2013. The All-Star has also played for the Tampa Bay Rays and Philadelphia Phillies, and then with the Pittsburgh Pirates, snagging a Gold Glove award in 2018.
Now manning the outfield for the Marlins, the player signed a two-year, $17.5 million contract with the team, and becomes a free agent in 2022.
Michael Light of Douglas Elliman’s Sports and Entertainment Division and Jaimee Light of Miami Luxury Homes have the listing.