July 21 (Bloomberg) -- Marc Dreier’s Manhattan apartment is still home to a half-eaten raspberry peach pie, a collection of Christian Liaigre furnishings and seven pairs of black Ermenegildo Zegna shoes, mostly size eight.
Today the convicted lawyer’s Midtown condominium was sold at auction for $8.2 million in New York, along with almost everything in it. Dreier paid $10.4 million for the unit in 2007. The buyer wasn’t disclosed.
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