Located at 1511-1547 Hammondville Road, the property houses two single-story commercial buildings constructed in the 1950s — spanning approximately 3,800 square feet and 4,900 square feet.
The 25-year-old rapper bought the nearly one-acre property in Pompano Beach, Florida, for $1.8 million.
Danilo Aquino of Apex Capital Realty, who represented the seller in the deal, told the outlet that the singer is considering renovating one building and tearing down the other to build a new retail building.
“He has a lot of ties to that community,”
Meanwhile, Kaila Maman of Beachfront Realty, representing Kodak Black, said her client plans to convert the property into a “spectacular retail space” with a restaurant.
The artist-turned-real estate investor grew up in a nearby affordable housing complex called Golden Acres.
Pompano Beach has seen a boom in real estate development over the past few years.
Meanwhile, Kodak Black has had several run-ins with the law. The charges include robbery, battery, false imprisonment of a child, criminal sexual conduct, possession of a firearm and possession of cannabis.
In early 2021, Trump pardons Kodak Black gun charge, On 24 March that year his sentence was set aside for two months, with the court considering 2 to 7 years in prison.
Last July, he was arrested again for allegedly possessing oxycodone pills.