It could be yours for $13 Million.
Or, the winning bidder on Michael Jordan’s 56,000 square foot Highland Park estate could pay a lot more by the time the bidding stops Monday.
The time and location of the bidding are being kept secret to protect bidders who may not want their identity known, according to a spokesperson from Concierge Auctions, the company handling the event.
The auction was originally scheduled Nov. 22 but was delayed until Monday because of intense buyer interest, according to Concierge.
Originally listed for $29 million, the price was later lowered to $21 million but remained unsold. The idea of using an auction was Jordan’s, according to Concierge.
If you want a final look before the bidding starts, check out this video.