Time Warner apartment where tech entrepreneur died sells for $9M

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Greenwald’s apartment at the Time Warner Center

The apartment in the Time Warner building where tech investor Jay Greenwald was found dead in February this year has sold for $8.95 million, according to city records. The buyer was an LLC called “Peachtree NYC.”

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Greenwald was 51 when he was found dead by his housekeeper, lying facedown and fully-clothed in his bed in the apartment. A woman, Lauren Levy, was reportedly there with him and claimed the two of them had been doing cocaine.

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He purchased the apartment, which is part of the residences at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, in 2010 for $6.3 million. It is 1,653 square feet, and has two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, views of Central Park and the Hudson River and two walls painted by the artist Robert Kushner.

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Greenwald made his fortune in the 1990’s tech boom, running a 1-900 psychic hotline company, Quintel Entertainment. He invested in many other companies after selling Quintel, and when he died he was focusing on inveesting in start-ups and young entrepreneurs.

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