Jamie Dimon's Slow Seller, Estate of the Day
How does JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon live? Quite well, thank you very much. We first checked out his home on Chicago's Gold Coast last year but a new listing offers a deeper look at Dimon's well-decorated environs. His eight-bedroom home was built in 1870 but has been lavishly adapted for the modern executive. The home is spread out over four stories and includes a 900-square-foot rooftop terrace outfitted with ample seating in both sun and shade. There is a second floor master suite, wine vault, an elegant gold and eggplant media room and gym decorated with sports memorabilia and crowned with a starry dome.
Dimon has been the CEO and president of JP Morgan since 2005 and has been an integral part of overseeing the $25 billion in TARP funds that JPMorgan Chase received. He hasn't lived in the Gold Coast home since 2004. He bought the home in 2000 for $4.68 million and originally put it on the market several years ago for $13.5 million. It was at $10.5 million when we checked it out last year but had a price cut earlier this year to $9.5 million. The only property listed for more in the area is Bill Wrigley Jr.'s raw penthouse space.
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