Alex Rodriguez might be one of the best players in Major League Baseball history, and his real estate portfolio is almost as impressive. The former New York Yankee built an 11,877-square-foot getaway in Coral Gables, Florida that includes an indoor basketball court and some seriously impressive art. Scroll through for a look inside.
A 24-foot cantilevered entry canopy greets guests at the main entrance. Ralph Choeff, founding principal of Choeff Levy Fischman, the Miami architecture firm Rodriguez hired to build the house, calls its design "a combination of midcentury modern architecture and tropical materials including ipe wood, exposed concrete and insulated glass."
The design elements are"fused with seamless open space indoor-outdoor living, are what make the residence so dynamic and a perfect fit for the owner and the environment," Choeff says.
"It’s fun to tell my girls who Basquiat was, who Warhol was,” art every day. We enjoy it.". "We live with this
The cabana is filled with furniture, while chaise longues sit along the edge of the pool.
He's certainly on the area.