Report: Bloomberg Buys $4.5M Estate
The mayor owns properties in Manhattan, Bermuda, London, Southampton, N.Y., Vail, Colo., and Wellington, Fla.
Updated at 3:54 PM EST on Saturday, May 26, 2012
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has added a $4.5 million estate to his already extensive real estate portfolio, according to a published report.
The New York Times reports
tax returns show the mayor purchased a 33-acre estate in Westchester County last year. The newspaper says the new property in North Salem, N.Y., is adjacent to a 20-acre residence that Bloomberg purchased in 2001 for his daughter, Georgina.
The mayor owns properties in Manhattan, Bermuda, London, Southampton, N.Y., Vail, Colo., and Wellington, Fla. Bloomberg also bought a 35-acre Hamptons estate in 2011.
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