Stephen Curry is cutting down his commute time. The Golden State Warriors star and his wife, lifestyle entrepreneur Ayesha Curry, have purchased a nearly $8 million luxury condo in the new Four Seasons Private Residences in San Francisco, according to reports.
They likely chose the 2,800-square-foot unit for its convenient location, given that Curry's NBA team recently moved their headquarters from Oakland to the new Chase Center in San Francisco, which is just under two miles away from the Four Seasons Residences. In October, Curry told reporters that he had arrived at the arena 20 to 25 minutes later than usual due to traffic. (The condo is also conveniently located just a few blocks from International Smoke, the steak and BBQ restaurant Ayesha owns with celebrity chef Michael Mina.)
The Four Seasons Private Residences comprises a 45-story tower and the historic 10-story Aronson Building. It houses 146 condos, including a $49 million penthouse that is expected to be the most expensive condo listing in San Francisco when it eventually hits the market. The building won't be totally completed and open to residents until June, and details about the individual units are still scant, but some of the amenities that will be available to residents include a fitness center, a lounge with full bar, private dining areas, and a landscaped outdoor terrace.
The Curry family will most likely still call their Atherton mansion their main home—they bought it for $31 million last fall, making it the most expensive house purchased in all of the Bay Area in 2019. Earlier in the year, the couple also made a few significant real estate sales, parting with their Alamo, California, home for $6.3 million and the point guard's North Carolina starter home for $1.19 million just a few days later. The Currys still retain another home in Alamo, a $6 million mansion that they bought in 2018.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest