NBA center Mo Bamba is swapping one sunny clime for another.
After the seven-footer was traded from the Orlando Magic to the Los Angeles Lakers, Bamba wasted no time in listing his luxe, downtown Orlando condo. The three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 4,800-square-foot unit is on the market for $2,879,000.
The talented 24 year old will likely find a lovely home in the Golden State, but he’s sure to miss life in this stunning Florida penthouse. Bamba’s ultramodern abode in the Sanctuary high-rise serves up awe-inspiring views from every angle.
Sophisticated decor details—including the custom foyer and dark, glamorous color scheme—are the work of Ted Maines Interiors, a central Florida design firm. Indoor-outdoor living and entertaining are easy, thanks to the largest wraparound terrace and patio in the building.
The living room offers built-in seating and a television-viewing area, complete with a 110-inch projector screen. The kitchen boasts gorgeous counters and a Sub-Zero fridge, along with a second catering kitchen for mess-free gatherings.
The plush main bedroom comes with a large seating area, spalike bath, huge closets, and a wet bar.
Cutting-edge technology allows for music and lighting changes at the touch of a button, and an on-site concierge simplifies nights on the town. Building residents can also enjoy a pool and spa area, 24/7 security, and valet parking.
All of this luxury and convenience come with a monthly HOA fee of more than $2,600.
Bamba, a New York City native, got his big-league basketball break by playing for the University of Texas Longhorns. He went on to become the sixth overall pick in the NBA Draft in 2018. During his fifth season with the Magic, Bamba was dealt west in a huge four-team deal at the trade deadline.