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WeWork CEO Adam Neumann dropped $21 million on a San Francisco house with a guitar-shaped room in 2018, and that's just part of his sprawling real-estate portfolio

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WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann owns some interesting residential real estate. 

In 2018, Neumann bought a 13,000-square-foot home in the San Francisco Bay Area with a guitar-shaped room for $21 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. The home was added to Neumann's long list of residential real-estate purchases, which over the past nine years have totaled over $80 million.

Read more: Before he was a billionaire, WeWork CEO Adam Neumann was broke. Here's the NYC building where he and his wife lived in a tiny apartment before he built a $47 billion company

According to public reports, Neumann — who, Forbes reports, has a net worth of $4.1 billion — also bought a townhouse in Greenwich Village for $10.5 million in 2014 and property in Gramercy Park for $35 million in 2017. He reportedly also owns a home in Westchester County and the Hamptons, but the purchase prices are not known.

Neumann's real-estate ventures span beyond just residential. He's invested in commercial properties, startups, and has reportedly given away over $100 million, according to The Wall Street Journal.

WeWork was valued at $47 billion in January of 2019. In July, Neumann made media headlines for reportedly cashing out over $700 million from the company ahead of its initial public offering.

Business Insider previously reported that before he became a billionaire, Neumann was broke. He and his wife, Rebekah, lived in a tiny apartment in NYC's East Village.

The company didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.

WeWork CEO Adam Neumann dropped $21 million on a San Francisco house with a guitar-shaped room in 2018, and that's just part of his sprawling real-estate portfolioWeWork CEO Adam Neumann dropped $21 million on a San Francisco house with a guitar-shaped room in 2018, and that's just part of his sprawling real-estate portfolio

In 2018, WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann bought a...

WeWork CEO Adam Neumann dropped $21 million on a San Francisco house with a guitar-shaped room in 2018, and that's just part of his sprawling real-estate portfolio

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WeWork CEO Adam Neumann dropped $21 million on a San Francisco house with a guitar-shaped room in 2018, and that's just part of his sprawling real-estate portfolio

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In 2018, WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann bought a $21 million home in California with a guitar-shaped room, according to The Wall Street Journal. He has spent over $80 million on five homes since he founded WeWork in 2010. The Journal reported that he cashed out over $700 million from his company ahead of its initial public offering in July 2019. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann owns some interesting residential real estate.  In 2018, Neumann bought a 13,000-square-foot home in the San Francisco Bay Area with a guitar-shaped room for $21 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. The home was added to Neumann's long list of residential real-estate purchases, which over the past nine years have totaled over $80 million. Read more: Before he was a billionaire, WeWork CEO Adam Neumann was broke. Here's the NYC building where he and his wife lived in a tiny apartment before he built a $47 billion company According to public reports, Neumann — who, Forbes reports, has a net worth of $4.1 billion — also bought a townhouse in Greenwich Village for $10.5 million in 2014 and property in Gramercy Park for $35 million in 2017. He reportedly also owns a home in Westchester County and the Hamptons, but the purchase prices are not known. Neumann's real-estate ventures span beyond just residential. He's invested in commercial properties, startups, and has reportedly given away over $100 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. WeWork was valued at $47 billion in January of 2019. In July, Neumann made media headlines for reportedly cashing out over $700 million from the company ahead of its initial public offering. Business Insider previously reported that before he became a billionaire, Neumann was broke. He and his wife, Rebekah, lived in a tiny apartment in NYC's East Village. The company didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider. Read the full article at The Wall Street Journal »

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WeWork CEO Adam Neumann dropped $21 million on a San Francisco house with a guitar-shaped room in 2018, and that's just part of his sprawling real-estate portfolioWeWork CEO Adam Neumann dropped $21 million on a San Francisco house with a guitar-shaped room in 2018, and that's just part of his sprawling real-estate portfolio

In 2018, WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann bought a...

WeWork CEO Adam Neumann dropped $21 million on a San Francisco house with a guitar-shaped room in 2018, and that's just part of his sprawling real-estate portfolio

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WeWork CEO Adam Neumann dropped $21 million on a San Francisco house with a guitar-shaped room in 2018, and that's just part of his sprawling real-estate portfolio

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In 2018, WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann bought a $21 million home in California with a guitar-shaped room, according to The Wall Street Journal. He has spent over $80 million on five homes since he founded WeWork in 2010. The Journal reported that he cashed out over $700 million from his company ahead of its initial public offering in July 2019. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann owns some interesting residential real estate.  In 2018, Neumann bought a 13,000-square-foot home in the San Francisco Bay Area with a guitar-shaped room for $21 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. The home was added to Neumann's long list of residential real-estate purchases, which over the past nine years have totaled over $80 million. Read more: Before he was a billionaire, WeWork CEO Adam Neumann was broke. Here's the NYC building where he and his wife lived in a tiny apartment before he built a $47 billion company According to public reports, Neumann — who, Forbes reports, has a net worth of $4.1 billion — also bought a townhouse in Greenwich Village for $10.5 million in 2014 and property in Gramercy Park for $35 million in 2017. He reportedly also owns a home in Westchester County and the Hamptons, but the purchase prices are not known. Neumann's real-estate ventures span beyond just residential. He's invested in commercial properties, startups, and has reportedly given away over $100 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. WeWork was valued at $47 billion in January of 2019. In July, Neumann made media headlines for reportedly cashing out over $700 million from the company ahead of its initial public offering. Business Insider previously reported that before he became a billionaire, Neumann was broke. He and his wife, Rebekah, lived in a tiny apartment in NYC's East Village. The company didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider. Read the full article at The Wall Street Journal »

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