How much can Jeter make in next deal?
The All-Star shortstop’s four-bedroom, 5,425-square foot loft on the 88th floor of Trump World Tower in Turtle Bay was listed on the Trump Sales and Leasing website.
Jeter bought the high-rise piece of heaven for $12.6 million from Donald Trump in 2001, shortly after agreeing to a $189 million, 10-year deal with the Bombers.
Officials at Trump World Tower declined to comment on the prospect of losing Jeter as one of their prize tenants.
Jeter, 36, is playing out the last year of his Yankee contract and the sale of his bachelor pad is bound to fuel speculation that he’s ready to bolt Gotham.
“Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own a penthouse on top of The Trump World Tower,” the website listing says, describing soaring 16-foot floor-to-ceiling windows, featuring a panoramic view of Manhattan.
The apartment also has 5.5 bathrooms, a fireplace, an eat-in kitchen, dining room, media room, living room, library, gallery and even a powder room.
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