The $2.9 million Orlando loft
Feb 27, 2023
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Abstract: NBA centre Mo Bamba is swapping one sunny spot for another.

After the seven-footer was traded from the Orlando Magic to the Los Angeles Lakers, Bamba wasted no time in listing his luxury condo in downtown Orlando for sale.


The three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 4,800-square-foot unit is up for sale for $2.879 million.


The 24-year-old phenom may have found a lovely home in the Golden State, but he will certainly miss living in this charming Florida penthouse.


Bamba's ultra-modern residence in the Sanctuary high-rise offers awe-inspiring views from every angle.


The intricate decorative details - including a bespoke foyer and dark, glamorous colour scheme - are the work of Central Florida design firm Ted Maines Interiors.


Indoor and outdoor living and entertaining is easy, thanks to the building's largest wrap-around terrace and patio.


The living room offers built-in seating and a TV viewing area with a 110-inch projector screen.


The kitchen boasts gorgeous countertops and a Sub-Zero refrigerator, as well as a second dining kitchen that allows for uninterrupted gatherings.


The luxurious master bedroom has a large seating area, similar to an en-suite bathroom, huge closets and a wet bar.


Cutting-edge technology allows music and lighting to be changed at the press of a button and an on-site concierge simplifies evenings out on the town. Residents of the building also enjoy a pool and spa area, 24/7 security and valet parking.


All this luxury and convenience comes with a property management fee of over $2600 per month.


A native of New York City, Bamba got his break in major league basketball by playing for the University of Texas Longhorns.


He went on to become the sixth overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft.


In his fifth season with the Magic, Bamba was traded to the West in a huge four-team deal at the trade deadline.

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The $2.9 million Orlando loft