Miami Heat sharpshooter Robinson to buy new Miami condo

Miami Heat forward Duncan Robinson has placed a condo in the new Villa tower in Miami’s Edgewater under contract, according to the developer.

The sharpshooter agreed to pay $4.6 million for a 3,000-square-foot residence with 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and custom wood flooring and doors. The condo, which has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, was designed by Vicky Charles of New York-based Charles & Co.

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“I was attracted to the area first – Edgewater is Miami’s most ‘up and coming’ neighborhood featuring luxury buildings with incredible bay views and some of Miami’s best restaurants,” Robinson stated in a release. “I love that Major Food Group will have not only a restaurant right downstairs, but also will be managing all the hospitality in the building for owners. I’m a fan of the brand and believe in the value it brings to the building.”

Robinson was represented in the deal by Julian Calderin, and Carolina Nava of Douglas Elliman represented the buyer in the deal, which will close when the condo is ready. Sari Libbin Shapiro represented the developers.

Miami-based developers Terra and One Thousand Group are the developers of the Villa, in partnership with New York-based Major Food Group. The developer launched sales of the 60-unit condo of 58 stories at 710 N.E. 29th St. in September.

Amenities in the Villa will include a spa with marble plunge pools, an herbal steam room, and treatment rooms, a fitness center with yoga and boxing rooms, and a pool deck. MFG will offer on-site dining and catering.

The developers plan to break ground on the Villa in early 2024 and complete the building in late 2026.

Robinson started his college career at Division III Williams College before joining the University of Michigan and helped it reach the championship game in 2018. He joined the Miami Heat as an undrafted player in 2018 and split time between the NBA and the developmental G-League. By the 2019 season, the prolific three-point shooter became a regular in the Heat rotation and competed in the Three-Point Contest at the NBA All-Star Game. In 2021, he signed a five-year, $90 million extension with the Heat – the largest contract ever for an undrafted player at the time.

Robinson is the Heat’s all-time leader in three-pointers converted.

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