The purchase price wasn’t disclosed but the Wall Street Journal says the unit was asking $6.6 million. It has five bedrooms, seven and a half bedrooms, and encompasses the top three stories of the building. Among the residence’s standout features is a rooftop terrace with stunning bay views, a private pool and summer kitchen.
Aria’s collection of tri-level penthouses are priced from $1.8 to 6 million.
“After looking at other buildings with my broker, Ben Moss, Aria on the Bay’s downtown location with sweeping views and the developer’s attention to detail sold me on this property,” Stanton said.
A spokesperson says Stanton’s residence was not the same offering by Million Dollar Listing New York’s Ryan Serhant, as that listing was a combination residence that never came to fruition.
In 2014, Stanton signed what continues to be the richest contract in sports history, agreeing to a 13-year deal with the Marlins worth $325 million.
The Arquitectonica-designed tower is comprised of 648 luxury condos and is 80 percent sold. Amenities include a 14th-floor amenity deck with multiple pools, a hot tub, fire pits, and summer kitchens, in addition to a private spa, fitness center, yoga studio, theater, library, playroom, and indoor/outdoor bar.
As Aria on the Bay’s exclusive sales and marketing partner, Cervera Real Estate represented Melo Group on the sale.