Adam Neumann, the Israeli former CEO of WeWork, is desperate for cash. He and wife Rebekah Paltrow Neumann are dumping their properties the New York Post reports. They just sold their Westchester County estate for close to $3.39 million. Adam Neumann was forced to step down last September as CEO of the office-rental start-up WeWork after the company was forced to scrap its planned IPO and he was accused of a variety of misdeeds.
As someone who was once touted to be the next Mark Zuckerberg type visionary, entrepreneur and self-made billionaire, Israeli Adam Neuman isn’t doing so well financially these days. This is not surprising. But no one knows how much money he currently has.
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According to Zillow, the house located at 69 Girdle Ridge Road in Katonah, NY. Is situated on nearly 6 acres of land with a Pool and Spa. There is also a Sport Court, Batting Cage, Luge Run and Gorgeous grounds with spectacular landscaping, wisteria-covered dining terrace with fireplace, Bocce court and a fire pit. The interior has White floors, glossy walls, and scaled rooms with high ceilings, exposed beams, and stone fireplaces.
Neighbors include celebs like Ralph Lauren and Martha Stewart.
The Neuman’s are also trying to unload their fancy triplex penthouse at 78 Irving Place near Gramercy Park in Manhattan for $37.5 million. Made from 3 different apartments, the penthouse has 6 bedrooms and a living area of 7,880 square feet.
Compass.com explains that it was redesigned by Pietro Cicognani, with stunning interiors by Windsor Smith. Described as sophisticated and elegant, with every detail carefully considered, it comes with a 1,245 square foot duplex apartment on the first floor, perfect for guest or staff accommodations.
78 Irving Place is an intimate white-glove, pre-war condominium of only six residences positioned in one of downtown’s most sought-after and beautiful locations.