Dave Perry-Miller & Associates high-rise expert Sharon Quist is marketing a three-bedroom condo at the Ritz-Carlton that’s had some high-profile owners. As noted by the Los Angeles Times this week, the seller is Miami Heat forwardChris Bosh, who grew up in Dallas and starred at Lincoln High School. The previous owner was Dallas Symphony Orchestra maestro Jaap van Zweden.
The condo was conveniently located for both men’s careers, as the Meyerson Symphony Center and the American Airlines Center are both just blocks away from the Ritz-Carlton. Residents can also easily walk to Klyde Warren Park, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, and several restaurants along McKinney Avenue.
Once they’re home, the new owners of Bosh’s condo will enjoy spectacular views of Downtown, Uptown, and Victory Park. The 4,257-square-foot unit boasts three living rooms, two dining rooms, three fireplaces, two full bathrooms, two half-baths, and a media room/study. On-site amenities include two spaces in the parking garage, valet service, a fitness center, a pool, a full-service spa, and a pet park.