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2201 Collins Avenue
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Zlatan Ibrahimović Sells W South Beach Condo For $2.3M

2201 Collins Avenue

Condo
563 SF
clock iconSold 311 days ago
Christopher Adeleke
Valeria Mola
Evelina Tsigelnitskaya
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Sale
FLORIDA
Condo
563 sqft

Zlatan Ibrahimović, the renowned soccer legend, has sold his one-bedroom condo at the W South Beach in Miami Beach. The property, located at 2201 Collins Ave, was sold for $2.3 million, slightly below the asking price of $2.4 million. The condo spans 1,026 square feet and has a price per square foot of $2,242.

Summary of transaction details

The buyer's representative in this transaction was Christopher Adeleke, affiliated with Douglas Elliman. On the seller's side, Evelina Tsigelnitskaya and Valeria Mola, both from SIB Realty, represented Zlatan Ibrahimović. It is worth noting that Ibrahimović recently made headlines with his comments about the potential rigging of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, joining other athletes in expressing concerns about past scandals and bribery allegations related to World Cup hosting rights.

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IMAGE: Zlatan Ibrahimović & Christopher Adeleke DATE: 09/07/2023 ADDRESS: 2201 Collins Ave MARKET: Miami Beach ASSET TYPE: Condo SELLER: Zlatan Ibrahimović (@iamzlatanibrahimovic) BUYER'S REP: Christopher Adeleke (@FreshPrinceChris) - Douglas Elliman (@Douglaslliman) (@DouglasEllimanFlorida) SELLER'S REP: Evelina Tsigelnitskaya (@sibrealty) & Valeria Mola - SIB Realty SALE PRICE: $2,300,000 SF: 1,026 ~ PPSF: $2,242 NOTE: Soccer legend Zlatan Ibrahimović sold his one-bedroom condo at the W South Beach for $2.3 million, slightly below the $2.4 million asking price. He made headlines recently by suggesting the FIFA World Cup in Qatar may be rigged in favor of Lionel Messi, echoing claims by other athletes amid past FIFA scandals and bribery allegations related to World Cup hosting rights.

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