Nat Turner, who sold his healthcare tech company Flatiron Health in 2018 for $1.9 billion, has purchased the penthouse at 401 Washington Street for $19.5 million, according to The Real Deal.
Turner bought the luxury penthouse from Jonathan Oringer, CEO of Shutterstock, for less than the $20 million asking price. The New York Post reported that Oringer is now buying a $27 million penthouse at 56 Leonard St.
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The penthouse, also listed at its alternate address, 71 Laight Street, has three bedrooms, four bathrooms and a private elevator that opens directly into the apartment. A landscaped terrace that wraps around the 4,600-square-foot property features an outdoor kitchen, sound system and hot tub.
Turner is a successful entrepreneur. In 2007 he co-founded Invite Media with Zach Weinberg. Two years later the advertising technology company was acquired by Google for $81 million.
In 2012, he co-founded Flatiron Health, with old buddy Zach Weinberg after they witnessed family members and friends battle cancer. Flatiron is a cloud-based oncology software enables cancer care providers to manage the entire treatment process within the system which dramatically improving treatment, and accelerating research. The company was sold 4 years later for $1.9 billion. Turner told Business Insider that he negotiated the agreement over the phone from the hospital while his wife was giving birth.