Tennis titan Naomi Osaka went house shopping in NYC


Tennis star Naomi Osaka, four-time Grand Slam champ, may have lost to American Danielle Collins on Tuesday at the US Open — but the love affair between Osaka and the Big Apple is still on.

As she trained for the US Open, Osaka was also house hunting — eyeing some ultra-swanky New York City apartments. “She was looking at condos in the $4 million to $6 million range,” a spy told Gimme Shelter, adding that Osaka traveled with an entourage while on the prowl through some prime city districts. “She focused her house search in Dumbo and Fidi,” the source added.

One of her top stops was at the aptly named Olympia — a 33-story luxury tower at 30 Front St. in Brooklyn’s affluent Dumbo neighborhood.

The building boasts 38,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities including, naturally, a regulation-size tennis court overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge.

There are also two pools — indoor and outdoor — and a hot tub, treatment rooms and a two-lane bowling alley. There’s also a gym with a juice bar, a spin studio, workout rooms, a boxing gym, private locker rooms, a maritime-themed children’s playroom and a game lounge.

Osaka is seeking something in the $4 million to $6 milllion range, a spy said.
Osaka is seeking something in the $4 million to $6 milllion range, a spy said.
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Olympia is a 33-story luxury tower with a regulation-size tennis court.
Olympia is a 33-story luxury tower with a regulation-size tennis court.
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One condo in her price range is an 18th-floor, three-bedroom that was asking $5.45 million — until it went off the market temporarily on Tuesday. That three-bedroom, 2½-bath unit is 2,341 square feet and includes a 125-square-foot terrace overlooking the water. The home opens to a foyer and a gallery that leads to a living room that then flows onto the terrace. There’s also an open chef’s kitchen with a breakfast bar and a bedroom wing. The main bedroom has its own private entry off the foyer, with a walk-in closet and an ensuite spa-like bathroom.

A similar 23rd-floor unit, at 2,190 square feet, is asking $5.45 million.

The building also offers residents cold storage, a bike room, a doorman and a concierge. On-site parking is also available for rent or purchase.



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