The Insider reports:
Rudy Giuliani, the man who defined 9/11-era Manhattan before descending to ignominy as Donald Trump’s election-denying personal lawyer, has listed his Upper East Side apartment for $6.5 million.
The listing by Sotheby’s Realty, posted during the final week of July, makes no mention of the property’s owner, or the fact that it was the site of a 2021 raid carried out by the FBI during a probe of Giuliani’s activities in Ukraine.
Instead, it features the three-bedroom’s more salable points — a landmark building near Central Park, a wood-burning fire-place, a “semi-private elevator landing,” and a “massive Primary Bedroom” made of two bedrooms that have been combined into one.
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In addition to facing potential charges related to his scheming to overturn the 2020 election, Giuliani has been hit with a sordid sexual harassment lawsuit by a former employee who is seeking $10 million in damages. Last year Giuliani was threatened with jail for failure to pay $225,000 plus lawyer fees to his ex-wife. Last month he was ordered to pay $90,000 in legal fees to the Georgia election workers suing him for defamation.
Another day another 🚨SCOOP 🚨 >>>
It looks like Rudy Giuliani might be leaving New York City.
Yes. You read that right.
Rudy’s longtime homestead, a 3-BR on the UES, is listed with Sotheby’s Realty for $6.5 million…
— Mattathias Schwartz (@Schwartzesque) August 7, 2023