Westchester native, Greenwich High School graduate and disgraced "Today" show host Matt Lauer is selling his Upper East Side co-op for $7.35 million.
Lauer, a Hartsdale native, was fired from his 20-plus year run on the show in November following allegations of sexual misconduct.
Since his firing, he has separated from his wife, former model Annette Roque, and has put up his Sag Harbor estate for sale as well as the Lenox Hill co-op.
The apartment, which he paid nearly $6 million for in 2004, features four bedrooms and four-and-half bathrooms. It located just three blocks away from Central Park.
The online listing says the co-op is located on 64th Street, known as the best street on the Upper East Side, and includes 11-rooms in triple-mint condition with a classic layout, elegant room proportions and a spectacular master bedroom suite.
After transferring from Woodlands High School in Westchester, Lauer, who also lived in North Salem, graduated from Greenwich High School in Fairfield County and Ohio University.
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