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Notices of sale filed for Tony Hsieh's Park City properties

The late Tony Hsieh purchased millions of dollars worth of real estate in Park City, UT, just months before his death in Nov. 2020
Posted at 4:29 PM, Mar 08, 2021
and last updated 2021-03-09 02:23:50-05

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — When former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh died after a fire in November 2020 in Connecticut, he left behind more than 100 properties in Las Vegas and Park City, Utah.

In mid-February, attorneys for Hsieh’s estate filed a “notice of sale” with Clark County District Court.

Now, they have filed the same type of notices for his properties in Park City.

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The properties include his 17,350 square-foot mansion with its own lake that he purchased for $16 million and several homes on Aspen Springs Drive.

According to the notices, all of the properties are being offered for “cash."

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Notices were filed for the following properties:

657 Park Ave.
911 Empire Ave.
973 Woodside Ave.
1000 E. Holmstead Ranch
1207 Lowell Ave.
1414 Empire Ave.
1422 Empire Ave.
1437 Woodside Ave.
2532 Aspen Springs Drive
2615 Aspen Springs Drive
2616 Aspen Springs Drive
2625 Aspen Springs Drive
2630 Aspen Springs Drive
2631 Aspen Springs Drive
2636 Aspen Springs Drive
2645 Aspen Springs Drive
2691 Ruminant Road

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