Saints quarterback Drew Brees puts Hawaii condo on market

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NFL quarterback Drew Brees has put his Hawaii townhouse up for sale for $2.05 million.

Screen grab courtesy of Realtor.com

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is looking to unload is Hawaii townhouse on the island of Kauai … for a somewhat reasonable price for those who have an extra $2.05 million hidden in their couch cushions.

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View of the ocean. Screen grab courtesy of Realtor.com

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The townhome, listed on Corcoran Pacific Properties and realtor.com, features views of the sun reflecting off the Pacific, which can be seen from almost every room in the 2,864-square-foot house in Princeville.

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Views of the ocean. Screen grab courtesy of Realtor.com

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Bathroom Screen grab courtesy of Realtor.com

Originally, Brees bought the 3 bed, 3.5 bath house in 2007 for $2.26 million, SF Gate reported. Not only does it offer gorgeous views of the water, but a nearby golf course offers a nice green contrast.

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What would it take to be one of the 3,000 fan in attendance when the Saints face off with the Panthers in Week 7? Start with a mask and some cash to burn.

After games without fans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and weeks of negotiation between city and team officials, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell agreed to a compromise that would begin with a small total of seats available to be filled for Sunday’s game against the Panthers.

The team hasn’t yet released specifics regarding how those tickets would be doled out, but a share of them have already begun to crop up on ticket resellers, including StubHub, Seatgeek, VividSeats and Gametime.

The seats are located at various points throughout the Superdome’s lower bowl, but all have one thing in common: They won’t come cheap.



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The New Orleans Saints’ beloved quarterback, Drew Brees, has purchased one of the 92 condominiums in the future Four Seasons New Orleans Hotel at the foot of Canal Street, according to a story on the TMZ website. The hotel/apartment development will occupy the 1968-vintage, modernist tower once known as the International Trade Mart.

Work began on the renovation of the 34-story former office building in 2018 and may be completed as soon as 2021. The redevelopment was projected to cost $450 million and will include 341 hotel rooms as well as condos.

According to the breathless TMZ report, “Drew’s new pad is coming with ALL the bells and whistles … from private access to a bar/lounge to a golf simulator room.”

David Seerman, a Four Seasons sales manager, said in a telephone interview on Wednesday that condos range in price from $2 million to $10 million, but he would not

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