After the controversial breakup between the former Spanish footballer, Gerard Piqué, and the Colombian singer, Shakira, who traveled to Miami, in the United States, with her two sons, Sasha and Milan, and with the firm intention of starting over from scratch in his life, leaving behind everything that happened with his ex.
According to the foreign press, the famous singer would be interested in buying a property in an exclusive area of Miami that can only be accessed by helicopter or by boat. The Colombian wants to avoid harassment from the press, erecting a natural barrier to prevent the paparazzi from continuing to look at her.
And it is that, a few days ago, the paparazzi captured a series of images of Shakira and her brother Tonino together with a real estate agent as they toured the luxurious neighborhoods of the southeast of the state in search of the perfect residence. Snapshots showed the very happy pop star walking Florida’s most exclusive streets, where she visited up to six million-dollar mansions.
Always putting her children, Milan and Sasha first, as well as her parents William Mebarak Chadid and Nidia del Carmen Ripoll Torrado, Shakira plans to buy a property in the exclusive residential area of Fisher Island, one of the most expensive in the world.
The villa in particular is located on North Bay Road Drive, one of the most luxurious neighborhoods in Miami Beach where many celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, and Matt Damon reside.
The farm has an area of approximately 750 m2 and is made up of several white buildings dating from 1951, although a few years ago the singer wanted to update and renovate it to give it a more contemporary style, of which she has proved quite faithful.
The place is accessible only by air or land, as there is no road connecting this island with the rest of Miami.
Miami real estate experts say that to become a Fisher Island resident, you must get approval from current residents. Diario AS says that if Shakira wishes to join this exclusive community, she must pay an initial fee of $250,000 and then an annual fee of €22,000.