“The sprawling estate is in Highland Park, along Lake Michigan, and has more than 56,000 square feet of living space. That includes nine bedrooms, 15 baths and five fireplaces.There’s also a three-bedroom guesthouse, pool area, outdoor tennis court and three climate-controlled multi-car garages. An indoor basketball complex features a full-size regulation court with specially cushioned hardwood flooring and competition-quality high intensity lighting.”
Jordan put his estate on the market last Wednesday with Katherine Chez-Malkin of Baird & Warner Real Estate.
SportsRelocation.com assists players/coaches of the NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, and entertainers relocate nationwide by servicing their Real Estate & Relocation needs.
With over 8 years of experience, the team at SportsRelocation.com has been a frontrunner in not only recognizing the exceptional needs of professional athletes, but also being able to take those needs into account and implement a smoother transition. With the goal in mind of exceeding the expectations of their clients, SportsRelocation.com endeavors to ensure that not a single detail is missed during this crucial time in an athlete’s life.
Having already established themselves within circles of various entertainers and professional athletes, SportsRelocation.com is moving forward to broaden their reach. Providing beyond excellent service to not only those athletes and entertainers, but their sports agents as well is just another way that this powerhouse company seeks to expand to new heights. Because they have been working with a very select client base, SportsRelocation.com understands very well how busy and often times difficult it can be to manage each and every affair. Being able to provide top notch, complete service so that sports agents and professional athletes alike can rest assured in the knowledge that not a single issue goes unaddressed, and not a single detail is missed is just one of the many core values of SportsRelocation.com commitment to exceptional service.
We caught up with founder Ikem Chukumerije, who had this to say:
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Check out NBA star Vince Carter’s 36,905 total square feet mega mansion with 28,862 square feet of that being air conditioned, in Windermere, Florida.
Built in 2005, the home has 3 floors with 7 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, and an elevator. The two story guest house is 1,809 sq ft with 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Carter also has a full-size regulation indoor basketball court.
Actor Will Smith’s double-decker movie trailer is stirring up controversy from residents in the SoHo neighborhood in New York, where Smith is filming his new film, “Men and Black III.” Local residents say the size of Smith’s trailer is taking up parking, making a lot of noise and casting off fumes.
Due to complaints, Mayor Blumberg ordered Smith to relocate his trailer to an empty parking lot about a half of mile away from the filming location.
According the NYPOST, Smith’s 1.8 million dollar, 1,150 square feet trailer is larger than most two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments in New York City. Rent for the luxury trailer is $9,000 a week.
The NYPOST reports, “The specially designed ride, nicknamed “The Heat,” includes a lounge, a movie room with a 100-inch screen, marble floors throughout, offices for his assistants and writing staff, a large bedroom and all-granite bathroom. It measures about 53 feet long, has 22 wheels and weighs in at around 30 tons.”
Miami Heat star Chris Bosh has bought a brand new seven-bedroom mansion along Miami Beach’s North Bay Road, according to The Herald. While Lebron dropped $50 million on his Miami mansion, Bosh spent only $12.5 million. The 12,000 square ft. Miami mansion has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, guest house, infinity pool, gourmet kitchen, gym and elevator. The mansion