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Ex-Dodgers exec Steve Soboroff lists home for $13.6 million

October 28, 2011 |  7:07 am

Steve Soboroff is still going.

Soboroff was the Dodgers’ disastrous vice chairman of whatever for about two months before resigning and slipping quietly into the night. Not that anything about Soboroff was quiet his first few weeks on the job.

Only now he’s on the move again. Soboroff has listed his Pacific Palisades home for $13.6 million.

The home has seven bedrooms and 8,893 square feet. Maybe Frank McCourt should have moved into one instead of paying $30,000 a month for his poor one-bedroom suite in a Beverly Hills luxury hotel.

Included in the French country-style mansion is the required pool, a basketball court with both Lakers and Clippers logos, a spa, a view of the Pacific, and a vineyard. It sits atop a Santa Monica peak.

Soboroff continues to be active on the Los Angeles scene. He is a senior advisor for the arrival and exhibit of the space shuttle Endeavour to the California Science Center. And he continues to purchase typewriters of the famous.


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Photo: Former Dodgers vice chairman Steve Soboroff, right, listens as Dodgers owner Frank McCourt speaks during a news conference in April. Credit: Mary Altaffer / Associated Press