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New York penthouse sells for $238M, setting a US record

NEW YORK (AP) — A billionaire hedge fund founder has purchased a penthouse in New York for roughly $238 million. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that the deal sets a record for the highest-priced home ever sold in the U.S. Citadel hedge fund founder Ken Griffin purchased the Manhattan penthouse at an under-construction high-rise, 220 Central Park South. Griffin is no stranger to multi-million dollar homes. He bought several floors of a Chicago condominium this year for $58.75 million, setting a record for the most expensive home ever bought in Chicago. Read the full article here...

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