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  • Jupiter Island mansion gets marketing makeover

    Asking price for the property was slashed by $2 million to $14.9 million
    September 23, 2014 05:15PM
    Turtle Hall on Jupiter Island

    Turtle Hall on Jupiter Island

    A Jupiter Island mansion, now asking $14.9 million, has lingered on the market since June 2011. But it will now see a new marketing push from Christie’s International Real Estate’s “bespoke marketing program.” [more]

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    Venus Williams and the Jupiter house

    Tennis star and interior designer Venus Williams is keeping a house in the family by handing off her 2,804-square-foot house in Jupiter to her mother free of charge, Gossip Extra reported. [more]

  • Alan Jackson unloads Jupiter Island manse for $10.45M

    County singer loses $5M after a decade in the home
    August 29, 2013 10:54AM
    617 South Beach Road, Jupiter Island

    617 South Beach Road, Jupiter Island (inset: Alan Jackson)

    County music star Alan Jackson sold his beachfront mansion in Jupiter Island for $10.45 million, $5 million less than the original listing price more than a decade ago. [more]

  • Celine Dion and the Jupiter Island mansion

    Celine Dion and the Jupiter Island mansion

    Celine Dion has put her Jupiter Island Bahamian-style estate for $72.5 million. The French-Canadian diva’s 5.7-acre property has a nearly 10,000-square-foot home with five bedrooms and five ensuite bathrooms and boasts an elevator and a media room. The master suite contains a walk-in closet with an automated carousel for shoes, and a wraparound terrace with two decks. [more]

  • A 6.2-acre tract on Jupiter Island has sold for $15 million, the Palm Beach Daily News reported. The property, which had been listed by Sotheby’s International Realty in Palm Beach for $17 million, is the largest transaction on Jupiter Island since 2005. The transaction was handled by Sotheby’s agent Jay Dewing. Keith Frankel, trustee for the Frankel family, sold the property to buyer Corrales Canyon, a limited liability company. [more]


  • Alan Jackson

    Country singer Alan Jackson has put his Jupiter Island on the block, listing it for $14.9 million, according to GossipExtra. Jackson purchased the property in 2006 for $3.5 million, ultimately demolishing it and building a new home, now appraised at $6.2 million. Jupiter Island has drawn many celebrities in recent years, from Tiger Woods and Celine Dion to Michael Jordan. [GossipExtra via Sun Sentinel]

  • Tiger Woods signs Jupiter office lease

    August 31, 2011 09:08AM

    Tiger Woods and his new Jupiter office

    Tiger Woods has moved his business operations to Palm Beach County, leasing 10,000 square feet of space at 501 North A1A in Jupiter. “To move his whole business here is a testament to what Palm Beach County represents,” said Ken Kennerly, executive director of the Honda Classic golf tournament. “It’s fantastic.” Woods, who recently finished building his new home on Jupiter Island, is bringing his business from Orlando. “With Tiger’s relocation to the area, it was important for the office to move, too,” said Chris Hubman, CFO of Woods’ company, ETW. [Sun Sentinel]

  • Norman mansion gets price hike

    August 13, 2009 12:40PM
    alternate textGolfer Greg Norman has raised the price on his South Florida mansion.

    Golf legend Greg Norman has increased the price on his Jupiter Island mansion after substantial renovations. The nine-bedroom, six-building estate was listed for $65 million in 2007, but Norman dropped the price last year to $45 million. The listing, held by Corcoran, now prices the property at $60 million. The Real Deal previously reported that a successful sale would set a record price for Jupiter Island. … [more]

  • When golf great Greg Norman decided that the sale of his Jupiter Island
    estate had hit an iceberg and was sinking at the asking price of $47.5
    million, he did more than rearrange the palm trees in his front yard. The “Great White Shark” hired contractors, filed the necessary legal
    work for massive renovations and hiked the price of his Jupiter Island
    spread to $60 million. Apparently, Norman is trying a new pricing strategy for his 8-acre
    seaside hacienda, listed in 2007 for $65 million. It languished unsold
    on the market for almost a year, even after a drastic 27 percent price
    cut of $17.5 million to $47.5 million. If Norman gets anywhere near his asking price, he will outdrive the
    record price for a property on the island: the $44.5 million that
    neighbor and golf superstar Tiger Woods set in 2006 when he bought 12
    acres and began building a family compound.