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49ers’ Colin Kaepernick trades San Francisco mansion for $3.2M Tribeca condo

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The quarterback just swapped out his fancy mansion for a much more staid apartment

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San Francisco 49ers quarterback and activist Colin Kaepernick has been making headlines both on and off the football field lately, and now he’s making a couple of plays in his real estate portfolio. It was just a few days ago when Kaepernick listed his home in San Jose, California for an asking price of $2.895 million. Now, the Los Angeles Times has revealed that the quarterback is the new owner of a $3.21 million condo in Tribeca.

According to the Tribeca Citizen, Kaepernick purchased within the neighborhood’s One York tower, designed by architect Enrique Norten. The unit offer two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, encompassing 1,733 square feet of space. The space is quite light and airy, not allowing any one particular feature to overpower. There is a modern kitchen, 9.5-foot high ceilings, oversized windows with triple exposures, and custom-finished bathrooms.

Kaepernick closed on the purchase back in July.