Former Magic player puts penthouse on market for $2.88 million

A former Orlando Magic basketball player who was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers earlier this month has listed his multi-million dollar penthouse for sale.

Mo Bamba, who was drafted by the Orlando Magic with the number six pick in 2018, has listed his 4,800 square-foot condominium in downtown Orlando for sale.

The 3-bedroom, 4-bathroom unit sits atop Sanctuary (100 S Eola Drive), which was built nearly 20 years ago in 2005. The property is listed for $2,879,000 and has an estimated monthly Home Owners Association fee of over $2,600, according to a listing on

Penthouse living room of former Magic basketball player Mo Bamba

According to the listing, the penthouse was outfitted by Ted Maines Interiors and features a custom-designed foyer, a 110-projector screen, SubZero appliances, a fully-automated Crestron audio/visual and lighting setup, and the largest wrap-around balcony and terrace in the building.

Kitchen at penthouse owned by former Magic player Mo Bamba

Sanctuary offers full service concierge services, and the unit is equipped with two parking spaces in the garage.

According to property records, the listing was sold in 2018 for $1,695,000,. Less than three years later, in 2021, it was listed in April for $2,795,000 before the listing was removed in August of that same year. It went on the market again on February 15 for its current price.

For the past several years, the property tax on the penthouse has been near $27,000 a year.

For more information on the property, visit the 100 S Eola Drive PH 120 listing on

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