The Real Deal Miami

Tiger still on par with Jupiter mansion project

January 08, 2010 11:15AM

Despite the recent tumult caused by his far-ranging love life, Tiger Woods still plans see the construction of his Jupiter Island waterfront mansion through to completion. Documents filed last month in Martin County show that building the 9,000-square-foot, two-story structure, which includes a basement, will continue. Woods will have a $487,290.26 property tax bill for this year, up $50,149.14 from a year ago, according to the documents. Through a series of corporate entities and Woods’ Orlando attorney Christopher Hubman, the golf superstar has so far spent $44.5 million to purchase the 12-acre site for the mansion. [Sun Sentinel]