Stephen Curry now owns an entire building in San Francisco – El Diario NY

Stephen Curry now owns an entire building in San Francisco – El Diario NY


The local media ‘San Francisco Chronicle’ assures that the basketball player Stephen Curry has bought a building in the city Of California. Although the exact price she invested in the place is not known, it is presumed to be around $8.5 million dollars.

Curry, who currently plays for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors, now owns a large property that It is located on a corner of the industrial Dogpatch neighborhood. This location is perfect because it is down the block from the Chase Center, home of the Warriors.

The property, originally built in 1972, It has an area of ​​10,000 square feet and is distributed over two floors.. In turn, the building offers several subdivisions, allowing the place to be used for different branches of commerce.

However, everything seems to indicate that Curry’s intention is to completely transform the place to make it the headquarters of his businesses outside the NBA, including his Thirty Ink brand.

According to ‘San Francisco Chronicle’, the basketball player has presented a project to the city to replace the current structure with a 24,961 square foot building spread over five floors.

What is wanted is for the five floors of the building to offer a laboratory, a creative art studio and administrative offices. Besides, a three-bedroom apartment will be included and with all other necessary comforts.

Curry is making this big investment just months after he declared that his retirement from the NBA was not close.

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