The Weeknd's Super Bowl rental on Davis Islands is on the market for $14 million

The pad that hosted Tampa's last Super Bowl Halftime Show performer is now for sale on Davis Islands.

Last February, days before Super Bowl LV,
Page Six reported that the Grammy-winning singer The Weeknd spent $100,000 to rent a house on Davis Islands.

According to the publication, the 6,000 square-foot house had an asking price of $9.1 million and featured six bedrooms, and a "pool, bay views and a private dock."

At the time, there were only 11 properties for sale on Davis Islands, and the only one that fit this description in every single way was a $9,150,000 modern behemoth on Riviera Drive.

On top of this, the listing agent also confirmed to Creative Loafing Tampa Bay that the house was indeed being rented for the upcoming Super Bowl, but would not say exactly who was staying there.

Well, it was more than likely the starboy himself, and now the pad that once housed him and his whole crew is selling for $13,999,999.

The 6,651-square-foot home comes with six bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a rooftop terrace, a four-car garage, a custom wine cellar, and elevator, and more.

The listing agent is Allan Mezrah of  The Toni Everett Company.
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The Weeknd's former Super Bowl rental on Davis Islands is on the market for $14 million
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The Weeknd's former Super Bowl rental on Davis Islands is on the market for $14 million
Photo via Realtor
The Weeknd's former Super Bowl rental on Davis Islands is on the market for $14 million
Photo via Realtor
The Weeknd's former Super Bowl rental on Davis Islands is on the market for $14 million
Photo via Realtor
The Weeknd's former Super Bowl rental on Davis Islands is on the market for $14 million
Photo via Realtor

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