Inside David Beckham’s $24m Apartment, Designed By British-Iraqi Architect Zaha Hadid
If you’re the world’s most famous footballer and one half of one of the biggest power couple on the planet, you need a house to match. Or in the case of David and Victoria Beckham, several houses.
Not content with a $38m London mansion and a $7.4m home in the British countryside, Posh and Becks have just dropped $24million on a five-bedroom apartment in Miami that comes with a private helipad on the roof.
Housed in the One Thousand Museum building in Miami, Florida, the apartment was designed by Zaha Hadid, the late British-Iraqi architect, and completed in 2019.
Hadid is the architect responsible for Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Bridge, completed in 2010 and designed to look like the dunes of the desert.
The One Thousand Museum building is 62 stories high (215m), making it one of the tallest buildings in the city. With 84 separate residences, prices start at $5.9m.
The most expensive apartment is listed at $21.8m but it seems the Beckhams have already paid over the asking price.
And well they might. The apartment features incredible views over Miami from the floor-to-ceiling windows, state of the art appliances and seven toilets. Seven!
Bathrooms feature white marble finishing and free-standing bath tubs, as well as dual sinks and separate balconies. That’s right. A bathroom. With its own balcony.
The interior is designed to be minimal and tasteful, allowing the views to speak for themselves.
There’s also a communal pool and sunbathing area as well as a spa and treatment rooms.
Down in the basement, the apartments come with an individual, covered driveway so that the Beckhams can park their substantial car collection in peace.
The Beckhams have invested in the property while David spends time developing his MLS team Miami CF.