(Source) Chicago Bulls shooting guard Jimmy Butler has recently closed on a River North mansion, paying well over $4 million for the 10,000 square foot house, the Chicago Tribune reports. The 26 year old Butler closed on the house last week, paying $4.3 million for the mansion. Built in 2008, the mansion boasts an elevator, a 750-bottle wine cellar, a three-car garage, multiple outdoor spaces and just generally lots of room for entertaining. According to the Tribune, the home previously belonged to Greg Mutz, the CEO of developer AMLI Residential, a company that owns and operations a number of apartment projects throughout the downtown area. Butler joins fellow professional athlete Matt Forte to buy a behemoth home in the neighborhood.
Look at you Jimmy, go get yourself paid and buy yourself a sick ass mansion in River North. I won’t mention the fact that I’m pretty sure this is the exact same block that ‘Toine got robbed at gunpoint in his house but that was also a while ago so you’re good. What used to be Cabrini to the North is now a huge Target and shopping mall so you’re getting when the gettings good. My only question is, which one is Marky Mark’s room? It’s this one isn’t it.
I’m actually excited for the Bulls to come back even though we’ll probably lose to the Cavs in 6 come playoff time. Plenty of time to fully talk myself into that not happening though, should be a blast.
Closet is the size of my apartment.