Trey Songz Finally Unloads Miami Condo at a Steep Discount
Prince Williams/WireImageR&B artist Trey Songz finally found a buyer for his waterfront condo in Miami. The two-bedroom unit with views of Biscayne Bay was the subject of serious strife—over price and other things. It was sold for $710,000 in late September, which was quite a comedown from the $1.05 million it was listed for in 2016.
The apartment, on a gated island in downtown Miami called Brickell Key, is plenty nice. On the 34th floor of the Courts at Brickell Key building, the 1,626-square-foot unit features an open floor plan, surround-sound speakers, tiled accent walls, and a living room that opens to a balcony with high-rise and bay views.
The galley kitchen boasts stone countertops and stainless-steel appliances, and opens to a dining area with a tray ceiling.
Views from the balconyrealtor.comBedroomrealtor.comIt doesn’t seem like Songz had a lot of peace in the place, which he bought for $437,000 in 2010. This past March, the Brickell Key Master Association sued the singer for $1,722 in unpaid fees and interest. The lawsuit was eventually settled.
Songz, whose real name is Tremaine Aldon Neverson, is a three-time Grammy nominee and regular on the Billboard Top 100 list. In March, he released “Tremaine.”
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Author: Lisa Kaplan Gordon
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