We all know that ousted WeWork founder and formerly promising CEO Adam Neumann doesn't mind going barefoot on the streets of Manhattan, so he really might be cool with turning that into a lifestyle if he can't find somewhere to live.
In the wake of his public downfall, Neumann, who nevertheless came away with around $1.7 billion after giving up control of his company, and his wife (WeWork co-founder Rebekah Paltrow Neumann) have put their plush Gramercy penthouse on the market. The massive triplex, which combines multiple units purchased by the Neumanns in the "white glove, pre-war" building at 78 Irving Place, is asking $37.5 million. The 6-bedroom, 6.5-bath has been extensively renovated over the past few years, turning into a white-washed and surprisingly elegant spread for the famously, well, uncommon couple.
Now while they clearly have enough dough to settle in somewhere, reports surfaced last October that claim Neumann and his wife had been repeatedly rejected by the co-op boards of multiple Fifth Avenue buildings, owing to the entrepreneur's well-publicized weird behavior. And that was before the disaster that was WeWork's IPO effort.
With their penthouse now for sale and Adam's reputation even more beyond repair, the Neumanns best be lowering their real estate standards if they don't want to end up living barefoot on the streets of the Upper East Side.
We'll keep you updated! In the meantime, click through for a peek inside their lavish home for sale.
[Photos via Mansion Global/Compass]