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A look at Ken Griffin's record-breaking homes around the world



While hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin made the history books this week to buy the most expensive home ever sold in the US, dropping a whopping $ 238 million for a New York City penthouse, the lavish purchase is just an addition to an already long List of extreme real estate properties.

Over the past few years, he has set the most expensive home record for not only New York and the whole country but also in Chicago and Miami as well

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220 Central Park South

FILE- In this May 26, 2016 file photo, and a crane sits atop ongoing construction for a new condominium skyscraper at 220 Central Park South in New York. Citadel hedge funder Ken Griffin, a billionaire hedge fund founder, has bought a penthouse

Price Tag: $ 238 million

While the property is still under construction, Griffin reportedly bought a massive unit inside this Central Park South (196590011)

Price Tag: $ 122 million

Earlier this month, Griffin reportedly spent $ 122 million for and a recently renovated townhouse near Buckingham Palace. It, however, is not the most expensive home ever purchased in the UK

No. 9 Walton, Chicago

Price Tag: $ 58.5 million

In addition to his pricey U.K purchase, Griffin also set a new real estate record in Chicago earlier this month. Several local outlets reported that he had bought the top four floors of the No. 9 Walton in the city for $ 58.5 million. That price tag squashes the city's previous record of $ 18.5 million paid by "Star Wars" creator George Lucas and his wife for a condo

Faena House, Miami

Price Tag: $ 60 million [19659002] In 2015, Griffin made his first record-breaking purchase by picking up a $ 60 million condo and unit at Miami's Faena House. A year later, he listed for $ 73 million, according to The Wall Street Journal, but ended up not selling them

Palm Beach

Aerial drone image of Palm Beach Florida's rich mansions on the beach

Price Tag: $ 250 million

In July, Griffin made local headlines by purchasing a Palm Beach home for $ 20.25 million, but the purchase was just over $ 200 million investment on the surrounding land in the area. Griffin has reportedly spent more than $ 250 assembling land since late 2012 to build a home.


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