MLB outfielder Corey Dickerson found a buyer for his condo unit in Miami Beach this fall. The Blue Jays team member listed the Ritz-Carlton residence in March with a $2.695 million asking price. The property changed hands last week for $2.605 million.
The unit contains three bedrooms and four baths across its 3,292 sq. ft. of interiors. Designer touches are commonplace, with the blue ribbon going to the Piero Lissoni kitchen; the firm also designed the unit’s bathrooms.
Among the shared spaces, the great room is the anchor. Its 25-foot ceilings are paired with abundant glass that allows for fine views of the city and bay. The unit’s bedrooms include a master that’s paired with a spa bath.
Amenities at the Ritz-Carlton Residences Miami Beach include a ½-acre rooftop deck with a pool, virtual golf, a theater, a spa, and a library.