Last week we brought you the yacht and vacation homes of money-laundering lawyer Marc S. Dreier.
Now Bloomberg reports
that he will also lose his luxury condo at Manhattan's One Beacon Court. Dreier is currently confined under armed guard at the residence. He is being sentenced for charges of money laundering, conspiracy, securities fraud and wire fraud on July 13 and the auction will be held by David R. Maltz & Co. on July 21
. Drier paid $10.4 million in 2007 for the four-bedroom unit. Drier's schemes cost his victims $400 million and he could face a life sentence. Cityfile has a tour of the apartment
from before Drier moved in.
One Beacon Court, also known as the Bloomberg Tower because it is the headquarters of Bloomberg LP, was designed by architect Cesar Pelli. It nicludes a fitness center, business center, children's playroom and more for which you'll spend over $4,000 in monthly common charges. There are many units for sale in the building including the one belonging to Formula 1 boss Flavio Briatore listed for $25 million.