Jennifer Lopez’s homes are as wide-ranging as the multihyphenate’s many talents. Her portfolio currently encompasses properties located in hot spots like Bel Air, the Hamptons, and Miami. Most recently, she and husband Ben Affleck put down $60.9 million for an impressive contemporary Georgian-style estate in LA’s Beverly Hills Post Office neighborhood, a far cry from her humble beginnings in the Bronx. Over the years, she’s bought and sold multimillion dollar properties and, along with her ex Alex Rodriguez, has invested countless hours into Project Destined, a program that teaches teens about financial literacy through real estate.
Today, Lopez owns roughly $124.8 million in real estate spread across both coasts. Below, we’ve rounded up all of Lopez’s homes over the years, which collectively show just how she went from Jenny from the Block to entertainment mogul without missing a beat.
The Summit Mansion, Los Angeles
One year after releasing her first hit, “If You Had My Love,” in 2000, Lopez paid $4.3 million for her first Los Angeles mansion, located in a gated community called The Summit. With seven bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms, the museum-like main house featured a sleek, modern aesthetic. Also on the grounds were a guesthouse, an infinity-edge swimming pool, a tennis court, playground, and chicken coop. She sold it for $10.95 million in 2004. Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale later owned the home together before selling it for $21.65 million in 2019 following their divorce.
Spanish Style Miami Home
Lopez bought her first Miami home in 2002 for an undisclosed amount, a Spanish-style beachfront mansion set on over 1.2 acres of land, with an enviable 184 feet of bay frontage, a koi pond, and a 60-foot swimming pool. She ultimately sold it for $13.9 million in 2005 to businessman Mark Gainor, who spent the next three years gut-renovating the space, including the addition of a 1,000-square-foot walk-in closet in the main suite. By the time he sold it to singer Phil Collins 10 years later for $33 million, the home had been reconfigured to have six bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms spread out over 11,049 square feet. Collins put it on the market for $40 million in late 2020 and it sold one month later.
Long Island Estate With Marc Anthony
In 2004, Lopez married Latin superstar Marc Anthony and moved into his large Georgian-style brick mansion in Brookville, Long Island. She later bought the house across the street for just over $2 million, and the pair combined the properties to create an impressive estate. It was here that the musical couple raised their twins, Emme and Max, who were born in 2008. Lopez and Anthony split in 2014, and Anthony ended up selling the estate for $4.5 million in 2017 after a significant price drop, considering the original $12 million list price.
Hidden Hills Traditional
Lopez picked up a stunning Hidden Hills estate for $8.2 million in 2010. The traditional-style mansion was divided into two main structures connected by a breezeway, with nine bedrooms and 13 bathrooms scattered throughout. Among the entertainer’s amenities, it offered a dance studio, a professional recording studio, a 20-seat theater, and a full-service bar. Lopez listed the sprawling home for $17.5 million in 2015, to no avail. It finally sold after more than two years on and off the market, for $10 million, in 2017.
The singer expanded her real estate reach in 2013 with the purchase of an ultraprivate $10 million home in the Hamptons. The 8,660-square-foot property features eight bedrooms, as well as a pool, sauna, steam room, home theater, and play areas for her twins. Lopez still owns this home.
In 2014, Lopez shelled out $20 million for an exclusive penthouse in the Flatiron District of Manhattan, overlooking Madison Square Park. The family-size unit measures 6,500 square feet, with four bedrooms, six bathrooms and ultrachic finishings including wide-plank oak floors and marble bathrooms. Adding to the home’s appeal is an additional 3,000 square feet of outdoor space spread across four terraces. The singer listed the penthouse for $27 million in 2017 but didn’t seem to have any luck in off-loading it. She put it back on the market in 2019 with a $2 million price cut and then resurfaced it again in September 2023 at just under $25 million—so far, no bites.