The former Mariners star sold his condominium in the Arts District of Los Angeles in less than a month for more than $100,000 over the asking price.
Former Seattle Mariners great Ichiro has recorded another hit of sorts, selling his condominium in the Arts District of downtown Los Angeles for more than $100,000 over the asking price.
The property came to market in early March for $2.349 million and sold in less than a month, records show. The sale price was $2,450,777, or about $1,207 per square foot.
The 2,030-square-foot unit, in the Biscuit Co. Lofts building, retains the industrial vibe of the onetime 1920s factory. Brick walls, steel-case windows and exposed ductwork are among details of the loft-style space. A steel staircase connects each floor.
Living areas include a large common room with a galley-style kitchen, one bedroom and 2.5 bathrooms. A 1,000-square-foot private rooftop patio tops the residence and takes in city-to-ocean views.
Ichiro, 43, became the 30th player in major league history to reach 3,000 hits last year with is current team, the Miami Marlins. The Japanese-born player twice won the American League batting title with the M’s and has earned All-Star nods in 10 of his 16 major league seasons.