Michael Cohen may be under Federal investigation for alleged campaign finance violations and a bit of bank fraud, but that hasn’t stopped him from picking up a sleek new residence in Tribeca’s newest completed residential high-rise project at 111 Murray Street.
The purchase comes about two months after Cohen used his existing Manhattan residence as collateral to keep the wolf from the door of his woebegotten taxi company, while anticipating mounting legal fees and possible fines for a series of varied business transactions currently under the microscope of the FBI. Said home is a large apartment in Trump Park Ave. that is comprised of three units.
Cohen’s new residence is situated on the 19th floor of 111 Murray. It is a 2,697 square-foot unit containing four bedrooms and 4.5 baths. A look at the pictures below reveals much of the standard equipment of a new high-end high-rise contemporary apartment: emphasis on materials like imported marble and hardwood, and a chilly, detached atmosphere.
Michael Cohen was President Donald Trump’s personal attorney for ten years, reportedly handling most of his business affairs.