The point guard is joining the Golden State Warriors in their move across the Bay
Golden State Warrior star Stephen “Steph” Curry and his wife, Ayesha, have snapped up an apartment in San Francisco’s new Four Seasons Private Residences, according to a source with knowledge of the deal.
It’s not clear when the NBA point guard bought the condo, but he’s thought to have paid just under $8 million for it, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, which first reported the sale.
Mansion Global could not confirm the purchase price.
Mr. Curry’s buy coincides with the team’s move to the city from their previous base further east, in Oakland. The Warriors played their first regular season game at their new arena, the Chase Center, in October. The venue is roughly two miles away from Mr. Curry’s new home.
The Four Seasons Private Residences, which topped off in November, is expected to open in June.
Comprising a new 45-story tower and the historic 10-story Aronson Building, the development will be home to 146 residences, including a $49 million grand penthouse, expected to be the most expensive condo listing in San Francisco when it hits the market.
Amenities will include a state-the-art fitness center, a lounge with a tendered full bar, private dining, and a landscaped outdoor terrace.
“I am aware of the exciting news that broke today, but it remains our policy to neither confirm nor deny the identity of our residents,” said Richard Baumert, principal of 706 Mission Street Co LLC, the building’s developer, in a statement. The firm is also leading sales at the project.
Mr. Curry, 31, is a two-time NBA MVP and six-time All-Star. Mrs. Curry, 30, is a cookbook author, restaurateur, chef and TV host, and on Wednesday announced plans to launch a lifestyle magazine. Neither could be reached for comment.