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David Koch’s real estate in NYC, the Hamptons, Aspen, and Palm Beach



Billionaire conservative mega-donor David Koch has died at age 79.

The late Koch Industries co-owner was worth an estimated $58.7 billion when he died (per Bloomberg). Most of Koch’s wealth stemmed from his 42% stake in Koch Industries, the industrial conglomerate with an annual revenue of about $110 billion, according to Forbes.

Known for his hefty donations to conservative political causes, Koch had a massive real-estate portfolio in New York City, the Hamptons, Aspen, Colorado, and Palm Beach, Florida.

According to calculations by Business Insider, Koch’s real-estate holdings are worth at least $143 million (based on sale prices and Zillow estimates).

Here’s a look at his known real-estate holdings, from his $40 million Manhattan townhouse to his $18.8 million oceanfront Hamptons mansion.

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