EXCLUSIVE: First Pix of Michael Jordan’s New Crib

Michael Jordan's new house in Jupiter

Looks close to finished! Here is the first photo of Michael Jordan’s new house in Jupiter, a 37,000-square-foot behemoth that should be finished next year (Click on the photo for more)

Gossip Extra has obtained the first photos of NBA legend Michael Jordan‘s new pad in Jupiter — showing the pharaonic scope of the work!

Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan (Splash News)

According to Palm Beach County records, the 49-year-old Jordan will have 37,000 square feet to play and live in, possibly making it the largest single family home in South Florida.

Air Jordan’s pad dwarfs the crib that Cash Money Records rap mogul Ronald “Slim” Williams bought this summer in Weston, Broward County. That one was “just” 30,000 square feet!

We know MJ has six NBA Championship trophies in his case, and MVP paraphernalia galore — BUT STILL!

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The house is located smack-dad in the middle of The Bears Club, golf legend Jack Nicklaus‘ hyper-luxurious development, and it’s nearly twice as big as the average home in that gated community.

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Jordan bought two lots at the club for a total $4.8 million in early 2008.

Construction started in July 2009 and is now well into its third year and is expected to continue for another year.

Michael Jordan's new house in Jupiter

Even by Jupiter standards, Michael Jordan’s home is huge. Construction started three years ago! (Click on the exclusive photo for more)

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Comments

  1. A 1911 SHOOTER says

    I have seen this from the start, looks very cold, kinda blah, Tiger’s moms house pwns it IMO. Her house is freaking epic.

  2. Jenny says

    Spread love–help the homeless and hungry–that is what God wants us to do-but it is the poor who tries to help the needy & the rich only wants to get richer & caught up in material things–