- In 1984, David Bogatin, a Russian émigré later convicted for gasoline bootlegging with Russian mobsters, purchased five units for $6 million cash. These units were seized under suspicion for money laundering after conviction.
- Trump signed the deed for each sale from shell companies and collected $28 million.
- Sales with signs of possible money laundering: 24%. Value of those sales: $30 million.
- Russian mobster ran pokers games out of an apartment, raided by FBI in 2013
- Median sales price for apartments was $2.2million in 2017, lowest since 2007