Birdman has just purchased new digs in Miami Beach. The Cash Money boss plopped down $14.2 million for a 19,000 square-foot, 9-bedroom, 17-bath mansion.


According to TMZ the palace is the size of a Four Seasons hotel.


It has 25-foot-ceilings, 100 feet of waterfront, a private dock, a theater, in-house massage room, spa area and an outdoor pool with cabana.


The place previously belong to super producer Scott Storch before he blew a $30 million fortune on drugs, cars and boats. Storch lost the home to foreclosure 2 years ago. It was purchased for $6.75 million by RockStar energy drink inventor Russel Weiner.


2 years later Weiner flips it to Birdman for a huge profit.


Check out pics of the home below.

































Hey, when you head up a record label called “Cash Money”–you gotta live up to the name, right? Hip-hop icon Bryan “Birdman” Williams, who’s known for buying whatever he wants at any price, apparently takes this very seriously: He has just thrown down $14.5 million on a Miami mansion, which looks ornate even by music-mogul standards. In fact, the new pad actually resembles a luxury hotel more than a private residence.

Birdman’s new pad. All photos courtesy listing

The property, which is in the exclusive Palm Island area, may not be as big as a full-scale mega-hotel–but it comes with resort-like amenities and certainly has room to accommodate more than a few overnight guests. It boasts 19,000 square feet, 9 bedrooms, and 17 bathrooms. According to, the home features 100 feet of waterfront, plus a mind-boggling pool area which rivals any private club in Vegas.

And, of course, it’s got all the over-the-top touches Birdman will need to host friends like Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj in style–25-foot ceilings, a 70-foot custom bar, massage room, home theater, and gym. No word if a bellhop has been hired yet, but we wouldn’t be surprised.

As proof positive that Birdman is not exactly what anyone would call a penny pincher–he purchased an $8 million Maybach Exelero car in May–this particular house was not scooped up at a bargain price. It originally belonged to music producer Scott Storch, who was forced into foreclosure in 2009. The home was then scooped up for the relatively reasonable price of $6.75 million by Rockstar Energy Drinks co-owner Russell Weiner…who clearly just made a tidy profit on his investment.

Don’t worry too much about Birdman losing out on a deal, though. His wallet clearly isn’t crying: Forbes named him one of hip-hop’s five wealthiest artists in 2011, with a net worth of about $100 million.