Jeremy Jacobs, owner of the Bruins, is selling his place in New York City for $11 million.
The units in River House, a co-op built in '31 considered a monument in Midtown. The building pulls inspiration from rococo, art-deco, and other opulent styles. Amenities include a health and fitness complex on the first floor, squash courts, a pool, a library, a gym, a restaurant, and a lounge.
The apartment is a full floor three-bed, five bath, consisting of ten rooms. The dining room's gilded ceiling, and the great rooms vaulted ceiling, are two of the homes most prominent features. The plank hardwood floors, custom work in the kitchen, the library, the bar, the office nook, the entrance gallery, and the media room all compete for the third place spot of "best features."
Jacobs is still active in business, but once you break into "billions" that's an existential state of being that needs not any introductions or job titles, so we'll just leave it alone. With $3,000,000,000 to his name, the rich guy who owns the Bruins is selling this NYC spread for $11,000,000.
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