Celebrity Cribs: Chris Bosh Cops A Posh New $3 Million Ritz-Carlton Condo In Dallas! [Photos]

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Chris Bosh Buys $3 Million Dallas Condo Inside Ritz-Carlton

Via Realtor

Chris Bosh must really like fresh towels, minibars and room service. The Miami Heat’s All-Star forward will receive the five-star hotel treatment when he comes to visit his hometown after splurging on an exclusive three-bedroom unit at the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Dallas.

A stark contrast to his ultramodern compound in South Beach and his Pacific Palisades party palace, Bosh’s new luxury spread features floor-to-ceiling glass, a trio of stone fireplaces, and hardwood and marble flooring. The 4,250-square-foot floor plan contains a study, media room and a master suite with a palatial spa. An open kitchen, den and living room area overlooks the downtown Dallas skyline.

In addition to Bosh’s in-house perks, guests of the Ritz-Carlton are treated to a host of luxury amenities. Along with the standard pampering — valet, room service and 24-hour concierge services — residents have access to a posh wine tasting room, an on-the-premises signature restaurant, an outdoor resort-style swimming pool, a full service spa and a fitness center.

The unit originally came to market in early 2013 for $2.9 million; however, it saw a 10 percent price increase in September and last listed publicly for $3.2 million. Records show that Bosh paid a cool $3 million for the apartment in early October.

Flip it over to see where the Boshasaurus and his family will dwell in Dallas.

Image via Realtor

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