From next season, David Beckham’s Inter Miami will be competing in the MLS.
While we’re not quite sure exactly who will be playing - or managing - the side next season, we know Beckham will infest heavily in his project.
Manchester City’s David Silva is rumoured to be teaming up with the club after this Premier League season, while they’ve been linked with a certain Lionel Messi.
We all know Beckham will spend plenty of money on Inter Miami and he’s also spent plenty of money on a new property in the city.
That’s because he’s splashed an eye-watering $40 million on a new apartment - the world's most expensive apartment in 2019.
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The ‘Scorpion building’ was designed in 2013 by the late Zaha Hadid. It’s located in downtown Miami and offers a “lifestyle of a seven-star hotel.”
On top of the 60 floors is a helipad for the residents with the 83 apartments having two, three, four or five bedrooms with the price ranging from €5m to €40m.
At 215 metres tall, it’s the third tallest building in Miami and is designed as a curved skeleton.
The Beckham’s apartment is towards the top but they won’t have to worry about stairs. A scenic glass elevator takes residents directly to their door.
On the 60th floor is a huge indoor infinity swimming pool with incredible views of Biscayne Bay. There is also a sky lounge for events, with private dining room and multimedia theatre to screen movies, conferences or presentations.
But some apartments have their very own swimming pool and an amazing terrace given views of the bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
‘Silestone Blanco Zeus’ and ‘Iconic Black’ colours dominate the apartments themselves. As you’d expect, they’re equipped with the very best appliances.
Communal spaces include a six-star hall, while there are also ‘four scents’ in the building with air conditioning systems releasing different fragrances in different areas of the building.
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