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Not Even ‘The Last Dance’ Can Sell Michael Jordan’s Chicagoland Mansion

Not Even ‘The Last Dance’ Can Sell Michael Jordan’s Chicagoland Mansion

The pandemic’s revival of interest in Michael Jordan’s dunks has not translated into his bricks—at least not enough to end the basketball Hall of Famer’s near-decade-long real estate losing streak.

Despite last spring’s popular Chicago Bulls documentary series, The Last Dance, and a COVID-compelled wave of suburbanization, Jordan still has not found a buyer for the 56,000-square-foot Highland Park, Ill., mansion he inhabited during his championship playing days. As of this month, the home will have sat on the market for nine years.

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