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If you are in the market for a luxurious condominium located in the heart of New York City, look no further than the one NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon has up for sale for a cool $30 million.
The three-bedroom pad features a sushi bar, cherry wood floors, and a magnificent view of the Central Park treetops. Oh, and famous sportscaster Bob Costas lives upstairs.
Gordon originally bought the place for $9.67 million in 2007 and is seeking a significant increase in resale value, obviously.
God bless the realtor who gets the commission check for selling it.
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USA Today reported the asking price for NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon’s lavish NYC condo for that amount. Gordon and his wife purchased the 3 bedroom abode for $9.67 million in 2007.
Since purchasing they have totally renovated the place, and have asked for $30 million based on a previous asking price on a similar apartment.
Jeff Gordon is proud he has reached 700 straight Sprint Cup starts. He's even prouder has accomplished the feat while still near the top of the sport.
The 41-year-old Gordon is third in series history with 87 wins, Gordon's landmark start comes at Darlington Raceway in the Southern 500, a place where he's won seven times.
Gordon trails only Ricky Rudd's 789 straight...
If you have $30 million dollars around you could be the new owner of Jeff Gordon’s insanely beautiful Central Park condo. The condo sits at 15 Central Park West and has the added bonus of being the same building which houses Bob Costas. According to Halsted.com the condo is a mere 3,454-square-foot monster with state of the art everything and Gordon paid $9.67 million for...
NASCAR superstar Jeff Gordon has put his $30 million Manhattan, New York condo up for sale and it is as gorgeous as it is expensive.
Lately we have seen some incredible houses go up for sale or be bought by some of today's biggest stars in sports. There was Ray Lewis's vacation house. Nick Saban's lake house is supposed to fetch about $11 million. Matt Forte got one heck of a deal on his Chicago home.
But none of them hold a candle to NASCAR superstar Jeff Gordon's New York condo overlooking...
The driver once known as "Wonder Boy" will make his 700th consecutive Sprint Cup start this weekend at Darlington Raceway.
Jeff Gordon, 41, holds the record among active athletes for most consecutive starts in U.S. professional sports at 699. Bobby Labonte, 49, is second with 698 consecutive races. Among stick and ball athletes, Jay Bouwmeester of the St. Louis Blues tops...
Jeff Gordon made his 700th consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup start on Saturday night…
DARLINGTON, S.C. – In his 700th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career start, Jeff Gordon took the lead for Team Chevy by scoring a third-place finish at the Bojangles’ Southern 500 in his No. 24 Cromax Pro Chevrolet SS. A seven-time winner at Darlington, this marked Gordon’s 300th top-five finish in the sport; which recognizes him as becoming the fourth driver to accomplish this...
Saturday night's Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington marked Jeff Gordon's 700th start in the Sprint Cup Series, all consecutive.
That's the longest consecutive-game streak in any of the major sports, but Gordon isn't ready to contemplate breaking Ricky Rudd's Cup mark of 788—not yet. Assuming a 36-event schedule and no break in action for Gordon, the driver...
Chevrolet drivers have won 40 of 109 races at Darlington Raceway. Wins by active drivers are:
Jeff Gordon, No. 24 Cromax Pro Chevrolet SS, has seven (7) wins at Darlington Raceway (’95, ’96 – TWICE, ’97, ’98, ’02, & ’07)
Jimmie Johnson, No. 48 Lowe’s Emerald Green Chevrolet SS, has visited Victory Lane at Darlington Raceway three (3) times (’04 – TWICE &...