- WeWork cofounder Miguel McKelvey is selling his New York City townhouse for $21 million, The New York Post reported.
- The five-bedroom Manhattan home spans three stories and about 6,000 square feet of living space, including a back garden and terrace.
- Originally built in 1845, the townhouse was destroyed in 1970 by an accidental bombing by the radical leftist group the Weather Underground.
- It was rebuilt in a modernist style in 1978, based on a design by New York architect Hugh Hardy.
- McKelvey, who’s worth an estimated $900 million, stayed at WeWork after its failed IPO and the read more >>>