The Beckhams have reportedly purchased a $24million (£20million) apartment in Miami’s One Thousand Museum building, after sportsman David’s team Inter Miami CF made their Major League Soccer bow against Los Angeles FC earlier this month.
David and Victoria’s new condo – designed by late architect Zaha Hadid – was completed in late 2019, just months after the couple joined three of their children, sons, Romeo, 17, and Cruz, 15, as well as daughter Harper, eight, for a tour of the phallic-shaped building in the summer.
According to The Sun, the famous family are set to live in the lap of luxury as the extravagant property boasts five bedrooms, a luxury swimming pool and even its own rooftop helipad.
New home: The Beckhams have reportedly purchased a $24million (£20million) apartment in Miami’s One Thousand Museum building
Their new abode serves as a nice addition to their fancy property collection, including their £31million mansion in London and their Cotswolds home, said to be worth £6million.
The 62-story building is 215 metres (705 ft) tall, making it one of the tallest buildings in the city, with prices for the apartments ranging between $5,900,000 (£4.7 million) to $21,850,000 (£17.6 million).
The museum-quality residence boasts 84 residences, consisting of a two-story duplex penthouse, four townhouses, 10 full-floor residences, and 70 half-floor units.
As well as the luxury private apartments, the building boasts a communal swimming pool is installed at the top of the building, whilst there is also a two-room treatment spa, hair and beauty salon, acai and juice bar fueled by Raw Republic, and a sunbathing area.
New purchase: Sportsman David, 44, and fashion designer Victoria, 45, have set up a permanent abode in the city as the former footballer launched his Inter Miami soccer expansion team this year (pictured at a soccer game earlier this month)
Wow-factor! The famous family are set to live in the lap of luxury as the extravagant property boasts five bedrooms, a luxury swimming pool and even its own rooftop helipad
State-of-the-art: David and Victoria’s new condo – designed by late architect Zaha Hadid – was completed in late 2019, just months after the couple joined three of their children for a tour of the phallic-shaped building in the summer
Opulence: The fancy apartment features seven toilets, with one bathroom offering a breathtaking view of Florida
On trend: The home follows a sleek theme with white and marble interiors, as well as minimalistic decor – a style Victoria is known for
MailOnline has contacted a representative for the Beckhams for further comment.
Dame Zaha enjoyed a long and successful career, working on buildings around the globe including the MAXXI Museum in Italy, the Guangzhou Opera House in China and the Heydar Aliyev Centre in Azerbaijan.
She was also behind the designs for the 2022 World Cup stadium in Qatar, which gained attention after some said it resembled a woman’s genitals.
Dame Zaha hit out at the claims and instead insisted that it was inspired by an ancient dhow boat, adding that she believed the comparison would have not have been made if it was designed by a man.
The Becks have set up a permanent abode in the city as the former footballer launched his Inter Miami soccer expansion team this year.
What a view: The building is protected with floor-to-ceiling windows which provide residents with a rare perspective of Miami
Incredible: The spacious living area will be perfect for the large family’s epic soirees, as well as cosy nights in during a break from their busy schedules
Six years have passed since the former Manchester United midfielder announced he would exercise an agreement with former club Los Angeles Galaxy to develop his own soccer franchise at a cost of $25million (£19.5 million).
David’s project seemed almost doomed to failure with the inability to find a suitable stadium site almost killing the dream before it began.
Thankfully, with the introduction into the ownership group of local construction magnates the Mas brothers, all the political red-tape has been navigated.
The plans to move into a $1bn business park and sports complex remain in flux but are top of that particular agenda.
Less is more: The bedrooms maintain the property’s modern theme with comfy furniture and relatively-plain decor
All in the details: The kitchen is filled with state-of-the-art appliances, ideal for when Victoria and daughter Harper, eight, cook up a storm
Iconic: One Thousand Museum was Zaha’s first residential tower in the Western Hemisphere, and one the final projects designed by the architect in her lifetime
Topping up on Vitamin D: The balcony is decorated with avant-garde egg-inspired seating and looks out onto Biscayne Bay
Car park: All individual apartments are complete with a roofed driveway for top-level security
‘We are just thrilled to be at this point,’ David recently admitted, clearly enthused at the prospect of battles on the pitch, rather than the courtroom, to help occupy his time.
Inter Miami are one of two MLS expansion teams being added for the 2020 season with Nashiville SC the other, taking the total number in the league to 26.
Having launched to much fanfare, Inter Miami are now said to be preparing big-money offers for both Luka Modric and Edinson Cavani as the new franchise starts life in the MLS.
It has been claimed the club are prepared to offer Modric a ‘dizzying salary’ that will double his current deal with Real Madrid.
High-level security: The moguls can rely on the property’s vault to occupy their most precious possessions
Unwind: The building boasts a communal swimming pool is installed at the top of the building, whilst there is also a two-room treatment spa and hair and beauty salon
Work up a sweat: David and Victoria can maintain their youthful-looking physiques in the gym, filled with high-tech equipment
Welcome: The reception appears to take inspiration from the future with quirky fixtures
In good company: The museum-quality residence boasts 84 residences, consisting of a two-story duplex penthouse, four townhouses, 10 full-floor residences, and 70 half-floor units
Wow-factor! The 62-story building is 215 metres (705 ft) tall, making it one of the tallest buildings in the city, with prices for the apartments ranging between $5,900,000 (£4.7 million) to $21,850,000 (£17.6 million)
Making a statement: The building stands out among the city’s vibrant skyline
THE INCREDIBLE BUILDINGS AND AUDACIOUS DESIGNS THAT MADE AN IRAQI VISIONARY THE BIGGEST NAME IN ARCHITECTURE IN THE WORLD
London Aquatics Centre – Built for the London 2012 Olympic Games. It was inspired by water, and has a roof that sweeps up from the ground like a wave folding over the building.
The steel roof weighs 3,200 tonnes and the three pools hold 10million litres of water.
She designed the centre in 2004, before London won the bid for the games, and she was asked to revise them in 2005, which doubled the expected cost of the building to £150million.
Construction started in 2008 but due to rises in materials and rated, when it was eventually finished in 2011, the overall cost was £269million.
Guangzhou Opera House, China – Inaugurated in 2010, the granite, glass and steel structure took five years to build.
The design was actually an entry to an architecture competition, which she won, beating some of the most prestigious firms and designers in the world.
The project cost a total of 1.4billion yuen (£140million), and it is also known as the double pebble.
The theatre has become the biggest performing centre in southern China and is one of the three biggest theatres in the nation.
Sheikh Zayed Bridge, Abu Dhabi – Built in 2010 the bridge is 842-metres long, and its curves design arches are said to resemble the sand dunes of the desert.
The bridge features a dynamic lighting design that is based on subtle colours that flow across the bridge’s spine, symbolising the connecting nature of the bridge and the energy that the capital city Abu Dhabi radiates.
The bridge is the third traffic route connecting the mainland to the island of Abu Dhabi and the new main gateway over the Maqtah channel.
Vitra Fire Station, Weil am Rhein – This was built in 1993 and was Dame Zaha’s first major built commission.
It rapidly became an icon with its expressive, dynamic appearance and was actually used as a fire station at first, before serving as an exhibition and events space.
It was commissioned after a bolt of lightning hit Vitra’s production site in 1981, triggering a fire that destroyed more than half of the company’s production capability in just one night.
MAXXI – National Museum of the 21st Century Arts, Rome – This building was a 10-year project that was completed in 2010. It was built behind a 2.5 metre high industrial aluminium mesh fence in anticipation of outdoor art that would be on display.
The project was first announced in 2000 and took over 10 years to complete, during which time there had been six changes of national government in Italy.
The museum was built on the site of a disused military compound, the former Caserma Montello.
The competition proposal by Zaha Hadid envisaged the construction of five new structures, only one of which has been actually built.
The Royal Institute of British Architect’s (RIBA) 2010 Stirling Prize for architecture has been awarded to MAXXI, open to buildings built or designed in Britain, awarded it the award for best new European building.