Michael Jordan’s ex-wife, Juanita, has sold the former couple’s Chicago penthouse for $3.2 million, the Chicago Tribune has reported.
The 8,000-square-foot triplex on the 40th floor has stunning 360-degree views of the entire “Windy City” landscape. With four bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, a rec room and a family room, this unit is made for both family play and regal-style entertaining.
Stone, glass and metal finishings accent this modern home, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls open the home to light and the spectacular Gold Coast surroundings.
Granite and stone are the mainstay of a bright kitchen—complete with stainless steel appliances, a high-end refrigerator, a wine cooler, stainless footers and hanging lamps.
The living room has a wood-burning fireplace and is located on the first floor. Porcelain comprises the flooring throughout the home.
Community features include exercise facilities, exterior maintenance, lawn care, a door person, a party room, snow removal and an on-site engineer. Finishing touches include skylights, a security system, a heated sun room and a private rooftop deck.
Michael Jordan and his wife were married for 17 years. At the time of their divorce in 2006, it was reported the divorce settlement of $168 million was the most expensive in history.
Jordan was a basketball superstar who was the heart of the Chicago Bulls when they won six NBA championships in an eight-year span during the 1990s. He is credited with being the ultimate ambassador for the sport, delivering the message of sportsmanship and style to far-reaching destinations around the world in the 1980s and 1990s.
The listing agent was Michael Jordan’s ex-wife, Juanita Vanoy Jordan of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.