Rapper Rick Ross Unveils $37 Million Star Island Hideaway in Miami

By Riddy10 2 Min Read

Miami Beach has a new resident in the world of glitz and glamour as rapper Rick Ross splurged $37 million on a lavish mansion nestled on Star Island.

The sprawling property, distinguished by its impressive architecture and imposing entrance, boasts a whopping 12,374 square feet within its 40,000-square-foot waterfront domain.

Featuring six opulent bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, and a chef’s kitchen fit for culinary royalty, the mansion’s prime suite offers breathtaking views of the bay.

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An array of luxurious amenities awaits, including a heated pool, a summer kitchen perfect for al fresco dining, a 40-foot dock for aquatic adventures, and direct access to both the bay and the ocean.

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No stranger to real estate ventures, Ross’s portfolio expands with this purchase, joining his holdings in Texas and Atlanta.

The newly acquired mansion was once owned by boxing legend Evander Holyfield and was constructed in 1994. But that’s not all; Ross also counts former NBA star Amar’e Stoudemire’s Florida residence and the iconic Zamunda palace from “Coming 2 America” among his property assets.

Ross has big plans for his new abode, aiming to infuse it with his unique style and taste. The luxurious Star Island neighborhood is famed for its millionaire estates, belonging to luminaries like hedge fund tycoon Ken Griffin, music icons Gloria and Emilio Estefan, Diddy, and Jennifer Lopez, enhancing the allure of the area as a symbol of exclusivity and luxury.

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