Anti-Virus Mogul Buys in the Village
  • Software entrepreneur Peter Norton, the man responsible for that little Norton Anti-Virus icon on your desktop, paid $6.8 million for a penthouse apartment at The Greenwich on West 13th Street, the same apartment building that's home to Michael Kors and Shepard Smith. [Observer]
  • Cushman & Wakefield's Michael Burlant paid $6.4 million for a 3,000-square-foot apartment at 120 East 87th Street. [Real Deal]
  • Barbara Corcoran and her husband Bill Higgins paid $4 million for a condo at 163 East 71st Street. The four bedroom, 2,700-square-feet apartment also has a roof deck. [Real Deal]