Michael Jordan is enlisting new representation in a bid to sell his mansion-estate in Highland Park, Ill.
The legendary sports figure and Charlotte Hornets majority owner on Thursday relisted the 7.39-acre compound for $14.855 million, tapping Mauricio Umansky and Kofi Nartey of The Agency to handle the listing in collaboration with Chicago agent Katherine Malkin of Baird & Warner.
Offered for as much as $29 million in 2012, the 56,000-square-foot home was put up for auction in 2013, but failed to attract an agreeable bid and was most recently priced at $16 million. The new list price represents not only a more competitive market number, but also a nod to Jordan’s legacy.
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