Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon is selling his 4,200-square-foot Rittenhouse condominium for $6.9 million just over two years after acquiring it.
The lush space offers services similar to a hotel with a 24-hour concierge, business center and a fitness center. The fiery reliever acquired the lavish condo in 2012 for two million less than his current asking price.
“1706 Rittenhouse is simply in a class by itself in Philadelphia luxury residential properties,” said the property’s listing.
The building offers 31 apartments -- just one per floor.
Papelbon signed a $50 million contract a year before purchasing the fancy condo. No word if the sale of the condo could mean Papelbon's days in Philly are numbered.