The meme features photoshopped FBI agents pacing the same parking lot where Giuliani gave his press conference and repeated election conspiracy theories. Trump campaign had booked the location for a press conference instead of the luxury Four Seasons hotel in the city.
“Wrong apartment. We kicked him out months ago,” the caption said.
Wall Street luminaries like Carl Icahn and Charles Schwab have also relocated from New York to Florida, and in January, hedge-fund billionaire Dan Loeb purchased a mansion in Miami Beach for $20 million. Earlier this month, the Journal reported that David Tepper is reportedly planning to buy a $73 million mansion in Palm Beach.
The properties now up for sale in New York include a $40 million apartment, which the Journal reports belongs to Elliott’s founder, Paul Singer. The roughly 7,500-square-foot apartment has five bedrooms and six bathrooms and is located on New York’s Upper West Side. Singer plans to leave New York City but continue to live in the Northeast, the Journal reports.
Elliott’s co-CEO, Jonathan Pollock, is living in South Florida and is also selling his Upper West Side home, the Journal reports. The listing includes two adjacent apartments, which are listed for a combined $25 million. They span approximately 8,373 square feet and, combined, have seven bedrooms and a total of nine bathrooms.