Goldman Sachs President David Solomon is selling his 'classy and comfortable' Aspen property for $36 million
Reuters/Lucy Nicholson and Douglas Elliman
The Goldman Sachs president and co-COO is selling his large Colorado estate for $36 million, according to Mansion Global.Solomon built the home after he bought the property for $4 million in 2005. The 83-acre property comes with a guest house and incredible views of the Colorado scenery.Advertisement
Michael Latousek of Douglas Elliman has the listing.
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