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.
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.