Michael Jordan cuts Chicago manse price tag by $8M

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In January 2013 the former Chicago Bull Michael Jordan put his luxury 56,000 square-foot Chicago mansion on the market again for $21 million, after he failed to get the $29 million he asked for when he first listed it early in 2012. His Airness’s 56,000-square-foot Highland Park secluded compound was built between 1993 and 1995 and features nine bedrooms, fifteen bathrooms and an indoor regulation basketball court with “specially cushioned hardwood flooring” and “competition-quality high-intensity lighting,” according to listing details.

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Other amenities include an indoor-outdoor entertaining and pool area, a putting green, a tennis court, a 15-car garage and a three-bedroom guesthouse. Chairman of the Charlotte Bobcats, Mr. Jordan had “23” on his estate’s privacy gate.

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The price tag of this luxury crib is the second most expensive public listing in the Chicago area, following the 89th floor penthouse at the Trump International Hotel & Tower. Currently Mr. Jordan is spending much of his time at a 28,000-square-foot 11-bedroom estate in Jupiter, Florida.