Below, we take a look inside the tycoon's exquisite pads located in different continents, countries and climates.
Central Park Penthouse in NYC
Griffin has bought the most expensive home that has EVER been sold in the United States for around £182million ($238million).
Ken Griffin, the founder of Citadel, now owns a stunning penthouse condominium which overlooks Manhattan's Central Park.
He will enjoy the top four floors of 220 Central park, which will become the tallest building in the city, standing at 950ft tall.
The breathtaking building will have 70 floors and 116 residential units when construction is completed.
Award-winning architect Robert A.M Stern designed the property which boasts centralised air condition, an entire fitness centre, a spa and a huge outdoor pool lined with elegant lighting.
Residents will have access to their own balconies, valet services, event rooms, a full attended lobby and a concierge on top
And Griffin will have some rich and famous neighbours, including Brit singer Sting and his wife Trudie Styler who have also bought a unit there.
Carlton Gardens in St James, London
The hedge fund tycoon has snapped up a £95million mansion near Buckingham Palace.
The colossal 200-year-old Georgian home in central London boasts a gym, pool, and underground extension.
Griffin reportedly bought UK's priciest terraced home for a £30million discount.
But stamp duty will set him back a whopping £14million for Britain's most expensive property since 2011.
Griffin, estimated to be the 152nd richest man alive, will become a neighbour to the Queen and share a driveway with the foreign secretary.
Three Carlton Gardens is the latest in a string of homes bought by bachelor Griffin, 50, who is worth a reported £6.8billion.
The lavish estate once housed the private offices of Charles de Gaulle during World War II.
9 Walton Penthouse in Chicago
In November, Griffin paid a record £45million for the top four floors at 9 West Walton Street in Chicago.
Griffin, who settled a contentious divorce in 2015 with his second wife, Anne Dias Griffin, reportedly bought each floor individually, according to public records.
Griffin shelled out $21.7million for the 38th floor penthouse unit, by itself. He nabbed the 37th floor for $12.95 million, and the 36th floor for $12.13 million.
The 35th floor went for $12.5million, and included 7,100 feet of the total square footage.
The 35th floor went for $12.5million, and included 7,100 feet of the total square footage
Two properties in Hawaii
He also bought two exquisite estates in Hawaii's Kohanaiki community.
He paid £10million for one and £13million for the other.
Casa Apava in Palm Beach, Florida
The billionaire spent £54.6million on this luxurious resort-styled home in Florida.
He also spent £112.5million in the area as he bought three other properties close-by.
Winter resort in Aspen, Colorado
Griffin bought a skiing resort-styled estate for a flashy £10million.
The mansion is surrounded with snowed-up mountains and there are plenty of ski resorts nearby.
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