Now that his divorce is final, it seems A-Rod is selling his apartment at 502 Park Avenue. Thank god Joe Buck didn’t hear about this last night and start talking about it on air, thus distracting America from the World Series and pissing off Peter Gammons.

How much is Rodriguez’s four-bedroom, 4600-square-foot, Upper East Side condo going for? The bargain price of $12.5 million!

Here’s more:

This expansive 4600 square foot apartment features 4 bedrooms, 6.5 baths plus a maid’s room. The living room, library/4th bedroom, and master bedroom suite all face south over sun-filled 59th street. Each room includes custom lighting, electronic shades, built in speakers, and central AC/heat which are all controlled with a Crestron touch pad. Entertain your guests in the living room with 10 foot ceilings, large picture windows and surround sound system or relax in the Great room which incorporates the original formal dining room and chef’s kitchen into one spectacular space.

Frankly, it’s not a bad place. Very understated and expensive, just like A-Rod. But if those beige walls could talk, I’m sure they’d have some great stories to tell about she-men and Cabala Kabbalah.

3 Responses to “A-Rod needs closure, is selling apartment.”

  1. its KABBALAH – get the spelling of your celebrity cults straight!

  2. Coley Ward says:

    Ugh. I Googled it and everything!

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