Former Bears QB Thrown Another Chicago Loss

February 03, 2010

Quarterback Rex Grossman has sold his condo in Chicago’s Trump International Hotel & Tower for $2 million, a close to $700,00 loss for the former Chicago Bear.

It’s a major loss for Grossman, who bought the 36th-floor condominium unit in 2008 for $2.681 million. Less than a year later, the Bears dropped Grossman. After signing with the Houston Texans, Grossman listed the 2-bedroom Trump unit for $2.349 million before reducing his asking price to $2.295. The condo includes 2 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a 17-by-12 foot media room and 2 parking spaces.

Grossman has also listed his town house in the Stonebridge at Conway Farms development in Lake Forest for $849,000. The quarterback originally threw the 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath home on the market last June for $899,000. He bought it for $797,275 in 2005, the same year it was built. It’s located near the Bears camp.

Grossman played for six seasons with Chicago, taking the Bears to the 2007 Super Bowl, where they lost to the Indianapolis Colts 29-17.

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