Lien Placed on Michael Jordan’s Florida Mansion [Details]
Rucuss staffMay 3, 2012
NBA legend Michael Jordan is letting his struggles with the Charlotte Bobcats interfere with paying his bills.
Texas company Southwest Progressive Enterprise placed a lien last week on his mega mansion he’s building in Jupiter, Florida. Jordan allegedly hasn’t paid a few bills on the $20 million-construction, GossipExtra reports.
The Dallas based company, which specializes in fancy stone-wall finishes, claims Jordan has not paid $81,000 to settle the contract worth $202,600. The lien filed with the Palm Beach County Clerk of Courts shows the debt has been owed since January. It is the same time that Jordan sold his mansion in Chicago for $29 million.
Jordan’s new mansion is in Jack Nicklaus’ golf community The Bear’s Club sits on three acres. It mansion is 28,000-square feet. The estate will also included a guard house, guest house and pool house.
Jordan paid $4.8 million for the land and $7.6 million for the construction, making this $12.4m mansion probably the most expensive non-waterfront home in the area. His total commitment when furnished will probably exceed $20m.
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