The son of Bulls great Michael Jordan appears to be following in his father’s footsteps.
Marcus Jordan plans to open his own store called the Trophy Room, according to NBC News. The Whitney Young graduate has not yet revealed an exact location for the shop, but it is expected to open sometime in the spring.
“I have been around Jordan brand apparel my entire life," Jordan told CNBC. "The way the culture is shifting is a great opportunity," he said.
The Trophy Room was inspired by the Jordan family’s own trophy room inside their north suburban home in Highland Park, according to a description posted with a teaser video on YouTube.
“The room's central location within the estate attracted family, friends & visitors to congregate within the space,” the description reads. “It was a point of inspiration, from a father to his children. An invitation for them to excel, and include their victories among their father's.”
The Trophy Room will sell footwear, apparel and memorabilia, according to CNBC.
The 25-year-old told CNBC that he did receive some fatherly advice: “Stay true to the vision and what you want to accomplish.”
In October, a new Jordan Brand store opened on State Street in the loop and sells merchandise with the trademarked Michael Jordan "Jumpman" silhouette.