Following a move to the Minnesota Timberwolves and the sale of his 10,000-square-foot downtown mansion, former Bulls player Jimmy Butler still maintains a real estate presence in Chicago’s River North neighborhood.
Butler picked up a pair of condos in The Ronsley—a new development consisting of 41 residential units located in an expanded warehouse building—earlier this year. The 28-year-old purchased a first-floor unit in the building in February for just under $1.199 million and paid $1.239 million for a fifth floor unit in April.
The professional basketball player is now looking to sell the fifth-floor property for $1.45 million, reported the Chicago Tribune on Tuesday. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home features nearly 1,700 square feet of living space, hardwood floors, and a private elevator entrance.
Butler, who played for the Bulls from 2011 until 2017, is expected to hold on to his other unit in the building. “I think he likes the exposed brick, the high ceilings, and the privacy,” agent Colin Hebson of Dream Town Realty told the Tribune.
Both condos are located less than a block from the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom brick and limestone mansion that Jimmy Butler previously called home. Originally listed for a cool $5 million, the nouveau chateaux style structure ultimately sold for $4.2 million—a price slightly below the $4.3 million the athlete paid in 2015.