(NEW YORK, NY)—In June, retired baseball icon Alex Rodriguez took on a new game with real-estate agent Barbara Corcoran.
A-Rod announced his decision to take on real estate in the Big Apple alongside the Shark Tank investor. The duo had previously purchased a location in which they stated was generating “immediate returns.” Rodriguez had also purchased a 21-unit rental building in the East Village.
Rodriguez is now taking another swing at the real estate game, according to the New York Post he has picked up a second apartment building. The Post reported that the new location A-Rod snagged up is in Turtle Bay area near the United Nations and Sutton Place.
The former New York Yankee did not team up with Corcoran this time, in fact, his new partners include real estate investor Ofer Yardeni of Stonehenge and broker Adam Modlin of the Modlin Group.
The Turtle Bay residence called the Allen House ( 340 East 51st Street) is a 114- unit apartment building constructed in 1965. Rodriguez and his team plan to completely renovate the apartment units. As for the building, it will be rebranded with the Stongehengename included, “Stonehenge Flex” apartment units that will come furnished, and the possibility of adding a fitness center.
The team paid less than $100 million for the property.