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Gene “Tiger” Sykes of Goldman Sachs just paid $40 million for La Belle Vie, according to The Real Estalker. Sykes, who has been called the most influential M&A banker working today, apparently paid for the place in cash.The 35,000 square foot mansion was built for Iris Cantor, a philanthropist, by her late husband Bernard Gerald Cantor (who founded Cantor Fitzgerald).
The home was put on the market in 2009 for $53 million and some of its amenities include a media room, three kitchens, a staff wing, a billiards room, tennis court, beauty salon, a wine cellar, a gym, a pool, and eight bedrooms and 21 bathrooms.
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