Jordan — rarely seen without a stogie in between his teeth these days — has been building what TMZ is calling the "world's largest humidor" — a 28,000 square foot of an estate in Jupiter, FL over the past three years.
Now Air Jordan is just about ready to move into the $12.4 million behemoth of a home which includes a giant state-of-the-art home theater — outfitted with special equipment to handle mass amounts of cigar smoke.
The 3-acre, 11 bedroom mansion has been constructed in the middle of an ultra-exclusive golf course community called the Jack Nicklaus' Bear Club — a place where Tiger Woods also resides.
TMZ reports that the compound has a main house, pool house, guest house and a two-story guard house. Oh yeah, there's an athletic facility — complete with a basketball court.
Now word on where the high stakes poker games are played.