NBA player Deron Williams is selling his NYC penthouse for $18 million more than he paid for it

After joining the Dallas Mavericks this summer, ex-Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams is looking to offload his TriBeCa penthouse at an astounding profit.

He bought the property in 2013 for $US15.8 million. He’s now asking $US33.5 million for it, according to the New York Post.

The penthouse is 6,800 square feet, has six bedrooms, four bathrooms, a wine cellar, a restaurant-grade kitchen, and best of all, 3,000 square feet of outdoor space.

The Post reports that he customised the place “from floor to ceiling.”

Williams has made $US115 million in his NBA career, and appears to be doing well off the court as well. Here’s what the property looked like when he bought it.

Tons of natural light with the floor to ceiling windows.

Another view of the bright living room.

Floating stairs.

A closer look.

The apartment is mostly white.

The restaurant-grade kitchen.

A wine room.

And plenty of space to store the wine glasses.

One of the bedrooms.

Modern bathroom.

Another zen spot inside.

A fireplace.

Another one of the bedrooms.

The 3,000 square feet of outdoor space is the best part about this penthouse.

You don't get this a lot in NYC.

Another view of the outside.

The penthouse from the back.

A nice area for BBQs.


Here's a view inside of the apartment from the outdoor space.

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