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NBA vet JJ Redick is listing his Brooklyn penthouse for $7M

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Now that we’ll be seeing more of retired NBA star and sports activities analyst JJ Redick on ESPN, will we nonetheless be seeing him round Brooklyn?

The reply is sure.

Redick is listing his designer duplex penthouse in Dumbo for $7 million — down from its $8.5 million ask final 12 months. 

The 3,000-square-foot property, which has been featured in Architectural Digest and renovated by Michael Aiduss, is at 51 Jay St. in a seven-story transformed former warehouse designed by ODA.

Redick and his spouse Chelsea Kilgore purchased the unit for $6 million in 2017.  Since then, the neighborhood has turn out to be a little bit of a sports activities hub.

Redick not too long ago interviewed NBA Nets star Ben Simmons — who is in contract to purchase a Dumbo rental, as Gimme Shelter exclusively reported — on “The Old Man and the Three,” a podcast that Redick co-hosts with Tommy Alter. Simmons advised Redick why he left the Philadelphia 76ers and known as out Shaquille O’Neal for “hating” on him; Shaq then told Barstool Sports that he doesn’t have to hate on anybody.

Interior of a bedroom inside the Jay Street home.
One of the penthouse’s 4 lavish bedrooms.
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Sling some hash inside the Jay Street pad's Aegean blue chef's kitchen.
Sling some hash contained in the Jay Street pad’s Aegean blue chef’s kitchen.
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Interior of the home's dining area.
A eating space contained in the Dumbo dwelling.
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But simply because Redick and Kilgore listed their penthouse doesn’t imply they’re going far. Redick — the previous star of the New Orleans Pelicans, Dallas Mavericks, Orlando Magic and Philadelphia 76ers, to call a number of in his stellar 15-year NBA profession — and Kilgore purchased a townhouse close by in Cobble Hill.

It’s close to their kids Knox and Kai’s faculty — and offered for round $9 million, sources inform Gimme Shelter.

The penthouse comes with 4 bedrooms and 4½ baths. It options white oak herringbone flooring, white lacquer with glass trim pocket doorways, brass fixtures, conventional French moldings and archways, in addition to a wall of casement home windows.

Interior of a living room inside the home.
The penthouse sports activities 3,000 sq. ft of indoor house.
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Interior of a bathroom inside the home.
There’s white galore inside one of many dwelling’s handful of bogs.
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Exterior of the home's terrace.
The terrace boasts an incredible 2,500 sq. ft of house in its personal proper.
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Enjoy near and distant views from the home.
Enjoy close to and distant views from the house.
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There’s additionally a stunning “Aegean blue” chef’s kitchen with bronze and marble accents, and a shocking 2,500-square-foot landscaped wrap terrace throughout each flooring.

One of the bedrooms is at present arrange as a house workplace, whereas the second flooring has a visitor bed room suite. Glass doorways from the upper-floor bedrooms result in a wrap terrace.

Building facilities embrace a double-height foyer, a concierge, a fitness center with a yoga room, a kids’s playroom, a residents’ lounge, a rooftop terrace and a landscaped central courtyard.

Rachel Greenstein, of Compass, has the listing. In an announcement, the brokerage advised The Post, “When we launched, the market was stronger, but with intense competition from surrounding new developments and a spike in interest rates, it was time to recalibrate to new realities. Since the apartment was repriced, we have seen a substantial uptick in showings.”



Source: nypost.com

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