New York Knicks brazen Michael Beasley, who was many recently with a Milwaukee Bucks, is apparently relocating to a city with his partner — veteran organizer Alyse Morgan — and they’ve already started residence hunting. One home they toured was a penthouse duplex during 135 W. 52nd St. that’s on a marketplace for $7.3 million.
The three-bedroom section is 2,601 block feet and comes with 306 block feet of outside space. The section facilities high ceilings, tradition cabinetry and an open chef’s kitchen.
There’s also a library and a master apartment with a possess 153-square-foot terrace. This week Beasley, who considers himself a “scoring machine,” done news when he told reporters that, if Carmelo Anthony stays, a rebuilt Knicks patrol will make a playoffs.
“Tim Hardaway Jr., Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingi s and myself — those are 4 guys that can measure 25 points per game,” Beasley said, according to The Post.
“Then we supplement in Lance Thomas, Kyle O’Quinn, Joakim Noah — let’s not forget about that All-Star. It’s adult to us to put it together only like it was adult to them final year.”
Whatever happens, we’ll be watching. The inventory attorney for a 135 W. 52nd St. home Beasley and Morgan scoped out is Douglas Elliman’s Frances Katzen, who could not be reached for comment.