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Former Corus Bank CEO Lists Fully Loaded Lakefront Mansion

Robert Glickman, former CEO of the failed Corus Bank has listed his enormous lakefront North Shore mansion for $8.75 million. Federal regulators seized the bank in the midst of the financial crash and shortly after, Glickman became the target of legal action that sought to recoup large sums of money from his coffers. The huge 10 bedroom house had been originally listed in 2012 at $9.75 million, but after nine months, the home was removed from the market. According to the listing, the jumbo-sized nearly-15,000 square foot Winnetka home was originally built for noted philanthropists Ann and Robert Lurie back in the early 90s, but they sold the home to Glickman in 1997. Modeled after the Beverly Hills Hotel, this fully loaded mansion includes a large outdoor swimming pool, a wine cellar, a tennis court and a private beach.

·973 Sheridan Rd, Winnetka, IL 60093 [Redfin]