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5 Miami beach pads for Jay Cutler to consider

The new Miami Dolphins QB is reportedly targeting a beach rental

Jay Cutler, when he was with the Chicago Bears
Jay Cutler, when he was with the Chicago Bears
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The Miami Dolphins have a new quarterback in town and he’s going to need a place to crash this season so we figured we’d lend Jay Cutler a hand on this week’s Curbed Comparisons.

Cutler, who was signed out of retirement by the team this week to help fill the shoes of the injured Ryan Tannehill, is reportedly looking for a rental on the beach, according to The Real Deal, in the Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood or Hallandale Beach area—which isn’t in Miami but it’s close.

The more northern locations make sense considering the Dolphins operate pretty far from Miami’s core. Hard Rock Stadium is in Miami Gardens but the team practices at their facility in Davie. A TRD source also states he’s “looking for a three-bedroom, furnished unit with ample space for his wife, actress and designer Kristin Cavallari, and their three children to visit on the weekends.”

And pricing isn’t much of a concern for the gunslinging quarterback known for his rocket arm and bare-tush Instagram pictures. Cutler has earned over $112 million over his 11-year career, per Spotrac, and this doesn’t factor in the $10 million guaranteed he’ll make in Miami this season (with additional incentives).

In an effort to remain close-ish to Davie, we’re going to keep this search confined to North Beach or higher. The list is ordered from least to most expensive.

North Beach: 6899 Collins Avenue #2808

Rental price: $22,000

Our southernmost option is this 2,670-square-foot corner residence at the Carillon Miami. It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, open living areas, and a sensational view overlooking the beach and ocean.

photos via Sacha Linares

Sunny Isles Beach: 18555 Collins Avenue #4301

Rental price: $22,900

Our newest unit is on the 43rd floor of the Porsche Design Tower. Part of its appeal to the Cutlers would be its privacy, as PDT was constructed with a car elevator at its core, allowing residents to drive their cars directly into their personal garage inside their unit. This one has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, over 4,100 square feet of living space, and an ocean view.

photos via Vanessas Portnoy

Bal Harbour: 9703 Collins Ave #1000C

Rental price: $30,000

This three-bedroom, four-bathroom residence at the St. Regis in Bal Harbour offers direct ocean views, some stellar hotel amenities, and a prime location walkable to shopping, restaurants, and the beach.

photos via Elena Britatina

Fort Lauderdale Beach: 1 North Fort Lauderdale Beach #2004

Rental price: ?

For the last two, we sort of cheated. They’re not listed for rent but for sale. However, both of these units have been on the market a while and perhaps the owner would accept a rental offer.

This 4,213-square-foot residence at the Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale Beach has been on and off the market since 2015 and is currently asking $5 million. It has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, spectacular views, and an excellent location.

via Patricia Robinson

Fort Lauderdale: 2325 Desota Drive

Jay’s final option is this new waterfront home down the street from Las Olas Boulevard. It listed last November for $9.495 million. Measuring nearly 10,000 square feet, the residence has seven bedrooms, seven and a half bathrooms, 160 feet of water frontage, and was furnished by Steven G.

video via Alexander Goldstein


Which home should Jay Cutler rent?

This poll is closed

  • 15%
    North Beach
    (15 votes)
  • 28%
    Sunny Isles Beach
    (28 votes)
  • 14%
    Bal Harbour
    (14 votes)
  • 13%
    Fort Lauderdale Beach
    (13 votes)
  • 30%
    Fort Lauderdale
    (30 votes)
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