Terrell Owens Shedding Two Dallas Condos


Terrell Owens, whose 15-year professional football career brought him from San Francisco to Philadelphia, down to Dallas, up to Buffalo and back to the Cincinnati Bengals, must like buying real estate as much as he does switching teams.

He is selling both of the units he owns in the ultramodern Azure, Dallas' first LEED-certified residential high-rise building designed by "starchitect" James Cheng and built in 2007. He is asking $2.25 million for his 3-bedroom, 3,559-square-foot home in the sky. Owens's larger unit is a custom residence on the 20th floor, and comes with a 6-car garage space -- what the Azure calls the G-2, playing off of the G-5 private jet favored by many high-net-worth individuals -- plus two storage spaces. The Azure has the most generous parking of any of the Dallas high-rises. This home has three outdoor terraces with gas fireplaces, tall ceilings and downtown Dallas skyline views. The kitchen features a built-in SubZero fridge, Miele gas cooktop, and double ovens. The master suite features his-her separate bath with a "tea-for-two" bathtub, and closets, a sitting area and a private outdoor terrace with a gas fireplace.

The second unit is a 1-bedroom, 1½-bath, 881-square-foot unit with a one-car garage, a generous terrace, the nine to ten foot ceilings, vast windows also overlooking Dallas, but from the third floor. This one is only $350,000.

It would be perfect to buy both and let your bodyguard/life coach/personal assistant live in the smaller one.

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