Michael Jordan ex wife house
Jordan and ex-wife Juanita act as honorary seats for the Hales Franciscan twelfth grade Capital Campaign in a Tribune file image. (Heather Stone / Chicago Tribune)
The Jordans, who divorced in 2006, paid $3 million inside 1990s for the four-bedroom penthouse. Within the divorce proceedings, Michael ended up using the couple's 56, 000-square-foot Highland Park mansion — which currently is in the marketplace for $16 million — while Juanita obtained the Lake Shore Drive penthouse, which takes up its building's 39th and 40th floors plus its roof space.
However, in 2007, Juanita Vanoy Jordan paid $4.725 million for a massive mansion in Chicago's River North area. She initially listed the penthouse in March 2012 for $5 million. She slashed her asking price to $4.3 million in April 2013 and to $4 million in February.
On Thursday, Jordan, 55, shut on the purchase of the penthouse for $3.2 million, based on detailing information. Public record information cannot however identify the buyer.
Functions inside penthouse include a personal elevator foyer, 5-1/2 baths, a media area, views in all directions, a smoking room with a custom environment cleaning system, custom millwork, high-gloss Santos Rosewood panels, polished Italian porcelain floor tiling, Amarelo sincere yellow granite counters and backsplashes, a black colored and gold marble fireplace enclosure, over 75 house windows, significantly more than 300 feet of wall space and a rooftop solarium.