New Nets center DeAndre Jordan tours $6.3M Tribeca loft

New York Post

Jennifer Gould Keil
Sept. 18, 2019

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Three months after signing his $40 million, four-year contract, Brooklyn Nets star DeAndre Jordan is looking for a new home.

One spot he toured is a Tribeca loft at 108 Franklin St. The four-bedroom, 5,086-square-foot pad is not publicly for sale right now but was most recently asking $6.3 million.

“New York fans in general are awesome,” Jordan, a 31-year-old center who most recently played for the Knicks, said last month.

“They’re passionate as hell, they know the sports, they know the game. And they’ll call you out if you’re not playing the right way, which is great. But I’m excited about the things that the Nets are doing, and the organization and the guys that we’ve got. So I’m excited.”

The co-op he checked out features ceilings over 12 feet high — perfect for Jordan’s nearly 7-foot frame. It also has an eat-in chef’s kitchen, exposed brick arches, hardwood floors, a gym/yoga studio and outdoor space.

The master suite has a bedroom, a dressing room with custom-built storage and access to the terrace. Its ensuite bathroom has radiant-heated floors and a soaking tub.

The home’s lower level has a utility room so spacious that it fits two washer/dryers.

The building, which has a video intercom system, was constructed in 1861 and has a cast-iron base.

The listing brokers are Nest Seekers’ Ryan Serhant, star of “Million Dollar Listing New York” and Nicole Palermo. Jordan was repped by Nest Seekers’ Talia McKinney.



Nicole Palermo Nicole Palermo
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Talia McKinney Talia McKinney
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Ryan Serhant Ryan Serhant
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker