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For a mere $12,000 a month, NBA legend Dikembe Mutombo can be your landlord. Famous for wagging his finger after rejecting a shot, Mutombo is setting out the welcome mat for his Trump Place condo in New York City.
Mutombo retired from the NBA in 2009 after an 18-year career. During his time in the league, he was an eight-time All Star and a four-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year.
A charitable man, Mutombo has devoted much of his post-retirement time to humanitarian work. He's the founder of the Dikembe Mutombo Foundation, dedicated to helping his native Democratic Republic of Congo.
His condo -- a three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit -- has impressive city views from nearly every room. In the dining room, wall-to-wall windows on both sides offer an expansive view of the Hudson River.
A bright and airy living room shines thanks to a large picture window. The room also features parquet floors. The kitchen is modern, with open-faced glass cabinetry, black cabinets, and stainless-steel appliances.
Prospective tenants also must consider the amenities that come with the prestigious address. Trump Place offers plenty of luxury perks, including a billiard room, library, and European spa.