Sportsman David and fashion designer Victoria, have set up a permanent abode in the city as the former footballer launched his Inter Miami soccer expansion team this year
Post by: Camila da Paz | Source: Daily Mail UK
Who doesn't love the Becks? Either you are a guy who loved watching David's matches or a woman who grew up dancing to the Spice Girls' music, we all have a guilty pleasure following the couple whenever their names pop up in the news. I recently learned that they just bought a new penthouse here in Miami and the decor is to die for! Here's a piece of the article I read:
Not only is David Beckham a doting dad to, a wife to fashion icon Victoria Beckham and a legendary footballer, he's also part-owner of Miami football club Inter Miami. It makes sense then, that the couple should own a home in the city. In April, the couple dropped $24 million on an apartment inside a seven-star resort known as the One Thousand Museum 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, for a tour building in the summer. The 62-story building is 705 ft tall, making it one of the tallest buildings in the city.
Dame Zaha Hadid 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 Al-Janoub, the 2022 World Cup stadium in Qatar.
The Becks have set up a permanent abode in the city as the former footballer launched his Inter Miami soccer expansion team this year.
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. 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.