He's cut the price once and then cut the price again and then cut it for a third time. He's (probably) considered throwing in a couple pieces of priceless art. He's (most likely) rounded up his brokers and asked them if they are worthless morons or just play worthless morons on TV. So what's it gonna be? Does he need to slash the asking for fourth time? Leave some stock tips in the medicine cabinet? Give the tours himself? Because if that's what it'll take, he'll do it and believe you me, he could show the hell out if this place. If you want him to dance, HE'LL DANCE.
Has fabulously wealthy hedge fund mogul Steven Cohen, reportedly enraged by his brokers' inability to find a buyer for his dazzling Midtown penthouse, finally thrown in the towel altogether? The embattled billionaire financier, who heads the Wall Street hedge fund formerly known as SAC Capital Advisors, has delisted the $82 million apartment, according to StreetEasy...Cohen, who recently rebounded from a massive insider-trading scandal that saw several SAC executives put behind bars, first listed the One Beacon Court aerie for $115 million in 2013 but had to slash the price several times after interest was light. The last asking price was $82 million. Cohen was reportedly furious that the apartment had not sold and took it out on his original brokers, ditching them for Boardman.