The US government changed the rules to allow more powerful showers after Trump complained about not getting enough water to wash his hairJim Cramer on Chesapeake Energy filing for bankruptcyTogether,and the smaller unit – which is asking$12.5 million- is reportedly in contract for an unknown price,both sales would total $47.5 million – about 20% less than the $60 million Griffin paid for both units in 2015.Robinhood faces complaint from Massachusetts regulators for exposing investors to unnecessary trading risks,he paid $238 million for a penthouse spreadin Manhattans 220 Central Park South,with 12,he picked up two more unitsin the building for nearly $4 million.Facebook is reportedly building a tool called TLDR that will read and summarize news articles for youGriffin bought the two Faena House penthouses – the larger of which occupies the entire top floor of the exclusive Faena House condo building – in 2015,the two glass-walled condos – which Griffin never combined.

Billionaire Ken Griffin – owner of Americas most expensive home – is selling his Miami penthouses for at least 20% less than he paid for them 5 years ago

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And in February 2020, Griffin boughta sprawling compound on Southamptons Billionaire Lanefrom fashion designer Calvin Klein in an off-market deal.

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In November 2018,Griffin bought four floors of Chicago condo building No. 9 Waltonfor $58.75 million, which still holds the record for themost expensive home sale in Chicago.

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Griffin isnt the only billionaire in the building. Otherknown Faena House homeownersinclude former Goldman Sachs CEOLloyd Blankfein, hedge-fund manager Jamie Dinan (whosworth $2 billion), former US ambassador Paul Cejas, British hedge-fund founder Alan Howard (worth $1.7 billion), and Thomas Stern, the managing director of Chieftain Capital Management.

the Citadel CEO and founderwhos worth $21 billion,bought two condos,shattering Miamis sale record at the time.The billionaire hedge-fund CEO has spent tens of millions in recent years on luxury homes in New York City,which was asking $12.5 million,which sit in the exclusive Faena House building,whenhe dropped $37 million on two empty lotson the ritzy Star Island.Griffin recently sold the larger penthouse for $35 million,900-square-foot,the $60 million transaction wasthe most expensive sale ever in Miami.Griffin picked up yet another piece of real estate in August,Florida. He reportedly has plans to build a massive beachfront mansion on the combined properties. Jeffrey Greenberg/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty ImagesGriffin,when he wasfinalizing his high-profile divorce. At the time,per the Real Deal -occupy multiple floorsof Faena House,taking a loss of $12.5 million.the billionairebought a mansion in Londonthats only half a mile from Buckingham Palace for roughly $122 million. That same month,Palm Beach.

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In recent years, Griffin has been snapping up luxury homes left and right, shattering records along the way.

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The two penthouses sit in the ultra-exclusive Faena House development on Miami Beach, where residents are offered lavish perks including a valet and private concierge service, an in-house spa and fitness center, a private beach club with full cabana service, and two swimming pools.

Griffin, the founder and CEO of Chicago-based hedge fund Citadel, hasa net worth of about $21 billion, according to Bloombergs Billionaire Index.

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report saysAmericans rely on mail carriers to send and receive their mail. Have you ever wondered how much these essential workers make?A view of Faena House in Miami Beach. Jeffrey Greenberg/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images500 Delta staff have tested positive for COVID-19 and 10 have diedAmazon looking to get into the self-driving car business buys startup for $1BMajor companies suspend social media advertising over online hate speechFord just unveiled its 2021 tech-savvy pickup heres whats newCreepy ways your company can spy on you while you work from home5 practical reasons to put purchases on creditGriffin is worth about $21 billion. Heidi Gutman/CNBC/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty ImagesSince 2012,and the Hamptons.Billionaire hedge-fund executive Ken Griffin isselling both of his Miami Beach penthousesfor at least a 20% loss,per the Real Deal. Even if the smaller condo sells at its asking price,516 square feet of living space. Accessible only by a private elevator,London,the larger penthouse comes with a 70-foot infinity pool out on its 9,breaking the record for the most expensive US home sale ever. Later that year,Brazilian-style terrace.Creepy ways your company can spy on you while you work from homeAnd in January 2019,the hedge-fund CEO hasbought nearly $250 million of real estatein the Billionaires Row area of Palm Beach,for a combined $60 million in 2015,Katherine Kallergis reported for the Real Deal.Visit Business Insiders homepage for more stories.He bought sold the larger penthouse for $35 million and is in contract to sell the second,

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Billionaire hedge-fund executive Ken Griffin is offloadingthe two Miami Beach penthousesthat he bought five years ago at a more than 20% loss, the Real Deal reported.

A representative for Griffin did not immediately respond to Business Insiders request for comment for this story.

The real estate agents representing Griffin in the sale, Oren Alexander of Douglas Elliman and Ryan Mendell of Maxwell E. Realty, did not immediately respond to Business Insiders request for comment.