The New York Yankees star sold his condominium in Miami Beach for $2.575 million earlier this week, according to the Wall Street Journal. A-Rod purchased the fancy digs about a year earlier for $2.1 million, which means the suspended third baseman will earn about $500,000 in profits on the deal.
The 1,725-foot condo, which is located in the luxurious Mei condominium complex, features three bedrooms and a full massage parlor, as well as a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean.
This isn’t the first successful foray into the real-estate biz for the 38-year-old, who garnered a cool $15 million in profits on a Miami Beach mansion he sold for $30 million last May.
A-Rod might want to hang on to his money this time. After filing a lawsuit in the wake of his original 211-game suspension for his implication in the Biogenesis scandal, the Yankees slugger agreed to terms on a 162-game suspension that would cause him to miss the entire 2014 season.
Click below to see a photo gallery of the beachside condo, with a hat tip to The Big Lead.