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Michael Jordan mansion fails to sell at auction

On Monday, Estee Portnoy, Michael Jordan’s spokeswoman, told the Associated Press that Concierge Auctions received no offers at the reserve price of $13 million for Jordan's 7-acre estate and 56,000-square foot mansion. The former Chicago Bulls star, who now owns the Charlotte Bobcats and spends most of his time in North Carolina and Florida, will consider what to do next with the property next year.
Full article at Washington Post

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