The New York Daily News reports:
President Trump’s former fixer and personal lawyer Michael Cohen bought a $6.7 million apartment in a brand new Manhattan skyscraper less than a week before FBI agents raided his home, office and hotel room in April, according to records and reports.
Cohen, who’s under criminal investigation over potential bank fraud and campaign finance violations, took out a $3.5 million mortgage on a four-bedroom, 19th floor unit at 111 Murray Street on April 3, according to real estate records and listings.
The mortgage was provided by the skyscraper’s developers, Fisher Brothers, Witkoff and New Valley. Howard Lorber, the head of New Valley, and Steve Witkoff, the founder of Witkoff, are both longtime friends of Trump.