- 2:54 pm - Wed, Feb 29, 2012
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SLIDE SHOW: A look inside Michael Jordan’s mega-mansion — NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan put his 56,000-square-foot Highland Park mansion on the market earlier today. The asking price? $29 million.
Here’s the official listing — you know, in case you’re interested:
Elegance & utmost privacy abound at this perfectly situated, privately gated estate nestled on over 7 acres. With outstanding attention to detail, function & style, this home is as comfortable as it is elegant. Lux entertaining areas & grounds create a stunning residence w/scale & finishes to perfection. Sold furnished w/excl. All showings & access to website w/addtl photos must provide verified financial ref in adv.
- 11:07 am
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Michael Jordan’s suburban mansion on the market for $29 million: Built between 1993 and 1995, the 56,000-square-foot-house features nine bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and an indoor regulation basketball court with “specially cushioned hardwood flooring” and “competition-quality high-intensity lighting.” The mansion is likely the highest priced property in the Midwest.
Credit: Baird & Warner (via WSJ)
- 3:49 pm - Mon, Jan 9, 2012
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INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC: Ever wonder where Chicago’s biggest names sit while watching the Bulls? Wonder no more. Here’s a look at who’s sitting courtside at the United Center.
- 4:47 pm - Wed, Dec 14, 2011
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Scottie Pippen files $10-mil. lawsuit against media that say he’s bankrupt: Scottie Pippen has sued several media outlets for “malicious libel” in claiming the former Chicago Bulls basketball player has gone bankrupt. The lawsuit, which names 10 defendants — including CBS Corp. and CNBC owners Comcast Corp. and General Electric Co. — was filed Tuesday in federal court in Chicago. The suit charges the defendants with negligence and defamation in running reports this year that claimed Mr. Pippen was bankrupt.
Do you think Pippen’s lawsuit is justified?
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