Doug Band, President Bill Clinton’s longtime adviser, has paid $20 million for this Manhattan townhouse. (Steve Remich/The Wall Street Journal)

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Longtime Clinton Adviser Buys David Rockefeller’s New York Townhouse

Doug Band paid $20 million for the Manhattan home.

David Rockefeller’s Manhattan townhouse has been sold for $20 million. The buyer is Doug Band, former President Bill Clinton’s longtime adviser. The house on East 65th Street came on the market for $32.5 million last year, reports The Wall Street Journal. Rockefeller and his wife Peggy lived in the home for almost seven decades. Rockefeller, the grandson of industrialist John D. Rockefeller, died last year.

According to WSJ, the house has a Colonial Revival-Style facade and was built in 1924. It includes 9,777 square feet of space across four levels, including a basement. The living room and dining room overlook a garden, and there are eight bedrooms, a library and six staff rooms.

Band, the founder of Teneo Holdings, a global consultancy, bought the home through a limited liability company, reports WSJ. He served as Clinton’s adviser from 2002 until 2011 and helped spearhead the Clinton Global Initiative.

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