12:47 pm, June 30th | by Amy Tennery
Looks like Lyor Cohen might be cutting all his strings, now that the Warner Music deal is wrapping up. Cohen, the North American Chairman at Warner, received a $10 million golden parachute, following the $3.3 billion deal with winning bidder Len Blavatnik. Now, it looks like he’s (maybe) doing business with… Jerry Seinfeld? Huh?
No, really — the dyed-in-the-wool west sider Seinfeld has been seen browsing townhouses throughout the Upper East Side, according to the New York Post. And his latest stop? The six-bedroom, eight-bathroom spread Cohen owns at 1 East 94th Street. The place is on the market for $26 million.