Tom Brady & Gisele bought property at that ‘billionaire’s bunker’ in Miami

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This week, we learned that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have bought property in/around Miami, on Indian Creek Island. The area is being called “billionaire’s bunker,” and property is apparently going for upwards of $20-30 million. Joshua Kushner and Karlie Kloss have also bought property in the same area, and now it looks like another Trumpy Republican dude is joining the billionaire’s baby bunker club: Tom “Tompa” Brady and Gisele Bundchen. Florida really is turning into the Confederate State of MAGAland huh.

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen will be Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump’s new neighbors on Indian Creek Island, also known as the “billionaire’s bunker” in Miami, Page Six can reveal. The couple, who are currently renting Derek Jeter’s sprawling Jetersville mansion in Tampa, have bought 26 Indian Creek for more than $17 million.

They plan to demolish the current house on the property and and build their dream home in the vein of the Architectural Digest-covered mansion in Brentwood, CA, that they sold to Dr. Dre. Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Brady was seen at the property in recent weeks, sailing in on his 40-foot super-yacht Viva a Vida. Their close friends, supermodel Adriana Lima as well as billionaire Jeff Soffer already both live on the island, although we are told that Lima is looking to sell up. Other wealthy residents on the exclusive enclave include Julio Iglesias, former Sears CEO Eddie Lampert and billionaire Carl Icahn.

As we revealed, Kushner and Trump have splashed out $31 million on a plot of land on Indian Creek which has 13 full-time police — as well as marine guards — for just 29 residences, sparking local gossip about which school their three kids could attend.

Meanwhile, we’re told Brady and Bundchen are building an environmentally-friendly mansion on the island. They’re both avid design fans — even fanatical “about their doorknobs”, with Gisele particularly keen on ensuring all their properties are ecologically sound.

“They like to build from the ground up,” a source said. “Look at their Brookline home, this will be like that.”

This week, the Post’s Jennifer Gould reported they’re about to complete a deal to sell their Tribeca pad for $40 million. We’re also told they are now also looking to buy again in Los Angeles.

[From Page Six]

Tompa Brady and Gisele have always been all about expensive real estate, throughout their marriage. I didn’t know they sold their LA property to Dr. Dre, and I was surprised this week when I saw that they were selling their New York pad. I mean, when you’re that rich, does it even matter? It’s all the same exclusivity, all the same neighbors, all the same playgrounds of the rich and famous. For a hot second, I wondered if Gisele would be upset to move her life and her kids to Tampa Bay, but I bet she’s actually happier in Florida than in Massachusetts, honestly.

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  1. Darla says:

    This is just so sickening.

    • Size Does Matter says:

      $17M tear down does not compute

      • Sharon says:

        And seeing that Tom got some of that PPP money while doing this really doesn’t sit right in my soul.

      • indywom says:

        Funny how no one mentions that or the fact that he got money from one charity and donated that money to his kids’ school. He is definitely a shady character. But people think he so terrific.

      • TeamMeg says:

        Demolishing and dumping (where?) an existing McMansion hardly sounds “ecologically sound”, but what do I know?

      • BayTampaBay says:

        “$17M tear down does not compute”

        In Florida, it may be cheaper in many cases to tear down and rebuild than to remodel and/or expand a current house as EVERYTHING must be brought up to current building codes if you are doing much more than remodeling existing bathrooms and kitchens. Houses on a water front are subject to even more restrictive building codes that change each year. $17 million for a house and water front lot in Miami is not going to give you much house. The price is in the value of the Miami water front lot.

      • Backstage Bitchy says:

        There is NOTHING “environmentally friendly” about tearing down one mansion to build another! It’s so hypocritical and ridiculous!

      • KL says:

        At least the next house will be eco friendly. Did you see that house? It looks nothing like those other mansions. That house is not beautiful and looks very small. Do you think the neighbors want that house there? I’m sure they are happy to know they will build a new house there.

  2. Jen says:

    An Uber driver took me past there once and told me about it. I think there’s only one bridge in and out of there. Was it the Ra’s Al Ghul Batman movie that had the island cut off from the rest of gotham? Wouldn’t that be an interesting social experiment?

  3. Lunasf17 says:

    Lol on knocking down the current home to build an “ecological friendly” sprawling mansion. What a bunch of idiots. Tearing down a perfectly good home to build another isn’t anywhere close to eco friendly. It’s wasteful. The more I read about these two the douchey they sound.

    • Phyllis says:

      Was thinking the same thing…tearing down a house to build an eco-house is the opposite of eco friendly! Also…isn’t Florida supposed to be under water soon?

    • lucy2 says:

      Not to mention it’ll be a big giant home that they barely use, so it’ll sit empty a good portion of the time.

    • Courtney B says:

      Yeah you could retrofit it to make it more environmentally sound. Tearing it down and starting over is the total opposite.

    • schmootc says:

      Clearly she hasn’t even learned the basics yet: reduce, reuse, recycle. It’s kindergarten level.

  4. Diane says:

    Ooooh, Jared and Ivanka just got one-upped.

  5. Ann says:

    An island full of evil and otherwise undeserving people will be under water in oh, 20ish years, probably sooner. Hope they all like hurricanes.

    • OriginalLala says:

      this is what I was thinking…it’s an island full of evil, maybe it’ll be under water soon. The world will not miss people like them,

    • Darla says:

      Unfortunately when it goes down they won’t be on it, some of their servants might be though.

    • indywom says:

      They will just get taxpayer dollars to protect their land. It is what the rich does.

    • Emm says:

      I also like how Karlie tried to get us to think she wasn’t a maga supporter and did her very best, especially with the pic of her voting with a Biden/Harris face mask. You do not move down to the same exclusive neighborhood as princess nagini, at the same time, and the orange one himself living close by if you don’t.

    • Elle says:

      Reading the list of occupants is totally giving me The Kingsman vibes. If Samuel K. Jackson buys a place there, well I would say “Illuminati Confirmed” if I thought that any of these people world be accepted by the Illuminati.

      I really like Giselle too. Why does she have to be like this?

  6. HeatherC says:

    1. They look like brother and sister. It’s creepy.
    2. Real estate is a good investment.
    3. His best football years are behind him so he’s looking for a retirement/post-football pad. He’s playing with the Bucs but he’s an aging quarterback without much flexibility outside the pocket. the Bucs built an offensive line around him, but they’re (barring a miracle) not Superbowl bound. They’re not even leading their conference (The Saints are). Sure he’s one of the best players when it comes to reading the field (which is why he’s a savant in the pocket, but his arm is old) but in the age of mobile QBs is that enough? By the Bucs standing, it’s not (7-5, which while better than the Giants 5-7 isn’t that close to Saints 10-2 with 4 games left).
    4. I’d be happy if we could corral all the MAGAs onto one island and blow up the bridge myself.

    • Ann says:

      Is *this* real estate really a good investment? Is any ocean front property still a good investment? I see stories of various rich people buying up in places like Miami and Malibu and all I think is how stupid it is because of climate change. Like are rich people really so out of touch they don’t understand these properties will be under water or on fire or ravaged by hurricanes within their lifetime?

      Re #4: 100% agreement. Round them all up, preferably on an island for all the reasons I mentioned above.

      • lucy2 says:

        Where I am, ocean front property is a GREAT investment, especially right now. The market here is booming. If you have the means to grab something for the right price, hold onto it a couple years and sell, you can have a nice vacation home for a bit and make a million or 2.
        At the moment. Long term, who knows – we have good dune systems here, but the back bays flood. That island in Florida looks very vulnerable.

      • Elle says:

        I think that the Pentagon wrapped up phase 1 of it’s response to climate change years ago by closing all of the Navy and Air Force bases that the models showed as being underwater by 2030.

        Look up bases that were closed/moved in the early aughts and that will be a good indication of The first places to go. I know that altos Airforce base was one of them. Cape Canaveral’s launch pad for the space shuttle program is under water now but they scrapped the shuttle so they didn’t need to move it.

    • BayTampaBay says:

      5. State income tax is very high in New York and Massachusetts. There is NO state income tax in Florida.

      • Isabella says:

        If you live in Manhattan, you pay city, state and federal income taxes. That’s why the Trump and Kushner grifters like Florida.

  7. GuestwithCat says:

    As long as they’re not anywhere near me, it’s all good. They both annoy me. They’d be extra annoying if they were to build one of their mega monstrosities near me.

    But I already had a neighbor that did that. He bought up a gorgeous field in our neighborhood of 50’s split levels and ranch houses and vintage Craftsmen cottages and 90’s farmhouse revivals and put in a hulking thing that looks more like an abandoned asylum than a house. It took 3 years to build and killed a stand of trees on my property and caused several neighbors to move out in a fury.

    There are many area McMansions already in existence they could have bought. But they wanted this tract of land because it was “peaceful”. Then they proceeded to destroy that peace and put a house that’s so out of scale to the land there’s not much left of it to look at.

    Whenever I hear of Tom and Giselle or any rich person moving into a picturesque setting to “build from the ground up” I roll my eyes.

    And there’s nothing “green” about one family occupying a house the size of a shopping center. Their last house that I saw was ridiculous. And it took forever to build. So why don’t they just live in the damned thing?

  8. Ohpioneer says:

    Sailing in on a 40 foot super yacht and building an eco-friendly home. One of these things is not like the other.

  9. Darla says:

    I’m gonna be petty sorry – Gisele is very over-botoxed and she looks silly. Just because you can afford extra syringes doesn’t make it a good idea honey.

  10. Midge says:

    That island will be underwater by 2050. Not a good investment.

  11. AmelieB says:

    Completely off point, but why are people that are so obsessed with their looks moving to Florida? Hasn’t it been said by every dermatologist that the sun is awful for skin? You would think Iceland or Canada would be the place to go.
    Wait, I forgot NY and Mass are very blue states so I can see why these people are maybe not be welcomed home after coming out and supporting Trump.

    • OD says:

      Karlie and Brady didn’t support Tump. Brady said he didn’t endorse Trump and Karlie said she voted for Biden.
      It doesn’t look like they are so obsessed with their looks. Some models don’t care…

  12. Liz version 700 says:

    Tom And Gisele and the Trump – Kushners ack one neighborhood I am happy to avoid. So much puffed up arrogance on one small island.

  13. Tiffany says:

    May all their properties be the 1st to sink and insurance will not cover them.

    I am serious.

  14. Veronica S. says:

    God, can we stop pretending she cares about the environment now beyond an extremely superficial understanding of feel-good hippie nonsense? Start taxing the rich so I don’t have to listen to these idiots condescend to me about all the trees they paid other people to plant while they privately jetset between their six resource devouring properties.

  15. Marigold says:

    Gross

  16. holly hobby says:

    Wow is this our version of the Island of Dr. Moreau, where the evil and freaky people live? I’ve been down on Brady since he took that PPP money when he didn’t need it. His vitamin company is also very hocus pocus, $cientology like. Gisele too for her “if you don’t breastfeed you’re evil” stance.

  17. Winterforever says:

    That “bunker” will be underwater someday

  18. JP says:

    How many trees do you have to plant to offset the tearing down and rebuilding mansions? They are many things, but certainly not environmentally friendly.

  19. The Recluse says:

    Enjoy that rising sea water, rich fools.

  20. Godwina says:

    Their leaving NYC doesn’t surprise me. I think post-Trump the anti-maga chill is gonna be even harsher, socially, so we’re really seeing which jet-setters have been icky all along, politically, right now (a generalisation, but to me fascinating to observe anyway).

    • KC says:

      They are not leaving NYC. They still have an apartment there. They don’t talk about politics and they are not Trump supporters. Is your comment about Ivank and her husband?