Cash Money Records boss Birdman may need to make a new venture in real estate after reportedly snatching over $300,000 by selling his Miami condo.
Details of Baby’s quiet power move bubbled early Tuesday (September 3).
Cash Money Records chief Birdman now has even more MONEY TO BLOW — selling off his spare Miami condo for $330,000 … or what he calls pocket change. Birdman just unloaded the 1,172-sq.-ft. pad … with 1 bedroom, 2 baths, ocean view, and naturally … a valet. Street parking at the beach sucks. May not seem baller … but, don’t forget, this is his spare Miami pad. (TMZ)
Back in October 2012, the Birdman purchased mega producer Scott Storch‘s former South Beach crib.
Rapper and record label exec Birdman is reportedly settling into his new, ginormous Miami Beach mansion. The co-founder of Cash Money Records — home to Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne and Drake — purchased the 19,000-square foot Palm Island pad in late September for $14.5 million. 70 Palm Avenue was previously owned by record producer and former The Roots keyboardist Scott Storch, who lost his self-proclaimed “drug den” to foreclosure in 2010. (Huffington Post)
Coincidentally, Cash Money artist Drake put up his expensive mansion for sale last month.
The three-bedroom dwelling that occupies 3,600 square feet on the 22nd floor of a high-rise condo building on St. Thomas St. includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a pair of heated balconies. You can have all that and access to the building’s amenities, including a pool, sauna, gym and valet parking, for $4.2 million. The price doesn’t cover maintenance fees, which total $3,361.51 monthly, but it does include two parking spots. (The Star)
Last summer, the Young Money protégé dropped over $7 million on a California mansion.
This beautiful estate features seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms and is more than 7,444 square feet. The home features a multi-million dollar pool that boasts cascading waterfalls, an 80-foot water slide and a grotto (watch out, Hugh Hefner). Other exterior features include a tennis court, five horse stall facilities with riding area (remember he said “my aunt, she rode equestrian,” so that clearly makes sense), a sand volleyball court, commercial bathrooms, a mechanical bull and viewing pavilions to name a few. Oh, and if you think that mechanical bull is random, it’s really not. The property was developed by Larry Pollack, owner of the famed Saddle Ranch Chop Houses. Now you get it. (E! Online)