The Man Who Bought Muhammad Ali’s House

This week, the boyhood home of Muhammad Ali was sold for $70,000 to real estate investor Jared Weiss, CEO of Motion Properties. Its’ the boyhood home of Muhammad Ali. Then known as Cassius Clay, the future boxing legend spent most of his formative years in the one-story home at 3302 Grand Avenue, in west Louisville’s Parkland neighborhood.
 
We wanted to meet the investor behind the purchase and find out what he hopes to do with the property, so we spoke to him on Friday’s Byline.

Laura Ellis

Laura is the producer of Strange Fruit, a weekly talk show focusing on race and gender, and produces other news & feature programming.

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