Tom Brady, Gisele Bündchen, are promoting luxurious New York Metropolis flats for $ 37 million

The superstar quarterback Tom Brady and the supermodel Gisele Bündchen are starting the new year with a significantly redesigned real estate portfolio after two high-priced sales in New York and Massachusetts.

In Manhattan, the ink has just dried a $ 36.8 million deal for the energy couple’s apartment in upscale Tribeca.

The five-bedroom, 1,900-square-foot terrace property was sold to a New Haven, Connecticut-based trust in what appeared to be an off-market transaction.

Amenities at the 46-unit limestone complex include a private courtyard, library, billiards room, and spa with a swimming pool, hot and cold plunge pools, steam room and sauna, and fitness center.

The duo paid more than $ 25 million for the unit in 2018, with one company tied to a Boston-based wealth management firm that the couple had used on previous real estate deals, property reports indicate.

They are reportedly keeping another, smaller unit in the building, according to the New York Post, which first reported the sale.

Elsewhere on the east coast, the two have also said goodbye to their villa in the upscale Boston suburb of Brookline.

The five-bedroom mansion changed hands in late December, according to the county records, which did not list a retail price.

Mansion Global has been unable to determine the buyer of the property, but documents show connections to an asset and lifestyle management firm that looks after high net worth individuals and families.

Last year, 43-year-old Brady Foxborough traded for Florida to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after 20 seasons with the New England Patriots.

Prior to moving, Brady and Ms. Bündchen, 40, listed the Brookline property – less than 30 miles from the Patriots’ Gillette Stadium – for $ 39.5 million before hitting the price at $ 33.9 million in October 2019 -Dollars decreased.

It was then taken off the market last spring before being tacitly made available again as an off-market listing, according to the Boston Globe, which first reported the sale.

Maggie Gold Seelig, founder of MGS Group Real Estate, who reportedly held the hush-hush listing, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

The couple picked up the remote piece of real estate in Boston in 2013 when they bought a piece of land from Pine Manor College for $ 4.5 million, records show.

The construction of the nearly 10,000 square meter brick house in traditional style was completed in 2015 and offers a warm, modern interior with rustic details as well as amenities such as a children’s playroom, a wine cellar, a fitness room and a spa.

A publicist for the couple did not immediately return a request for comment.

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