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Renovating Neverland

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What's going on with Michael Jackson's Neverland? A New York magazine profile of Tom Barrack, head of Santa Monica's Colony Capital, the investment firm that purchased the estate, brings news that Colony is still fixing up the estate, and plans to sell it at some point "for a profit." The way the magazine describes it, the place is basically Jackson-free now (although some bronze child statues remain). "Among other things, Barrack's team has worked steadily to rehabilitate the estate, refinishing the wood floors, relandscaping acres of grass, introducing more swans into the lakes, and repositioning Jackson’s statue of a long-gun-brandishing pirate to scare off coyotes." [NY Mag]