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Marc Dreier's One Beacon Pad Auctioned for $8.2 Million

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When it was all said and done, fresh penitentiary inmate Marc Dreier's One Beacon Court condo (and pretty much everything in it) was scooped up at auction by an anonymous bidder for $8.2 million. Dreier reportedly paid $10.4 million for the 3,000-square-foot apartment in 2007, although StreetEasy's property records show a purchase price of $5.425 million. Whatever the price, it was totally worth it for the buyer, because Bloomberg points out some of the toss-ins: Christian Liaigre furnishings, seven pairs of black Ermenegildo Zegna shoes (mostly size eight), a half-eaten raspberry peach pie, loose wires from Dreier's monitoring device, a $150,000 irrigation system on the terrace, flat-panel TVs, a bottle of Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose Brut and a photo of Dreier with Diana Ross. Raspberry and peach? Surely that's worth $2 million right there.
· Dreier’s Luxe Life Revealed in $10 Million Auction [Bloomberg]
· On the Block: Marc Dreier's One Beacon Pad [Curbed]

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