The cofounder of WeWork is selling his NYC townhouse for $21 million. Look inside the 5-bedroom home, which was rebuilt after being destroyed in an accidental bombing in 1970.

Miguel McKelvey, the cofounder of WeWork, is selling his New York City townhouse for $21 million, The New York Post reported.

The WeWork cofounder, who’s worth an estimated $900 million, bought the home for $12 million in 2015, according to The Real Deal. McKelvey stayed with the company as chief culture officer even after a failed IPO attempt and the ousting of Neumann as CEO.

McKelvey’s townhouse has a bizarre history. Originally built in 1845, it was destroyed in 1970 by an accidental bombing by the radical leftist group the Weather Underground.

After the bombing, the home was rebuilt in a modernist style in 1978. McKelvey bought it for $12 million in 2015, according to The Real Deal. The townhouse is also available to rent for $50,000 a month.

Clinton Stowe and Melissa Bolotow of Douglas Elliman have the listing.

Take a look inside the 6,000-square-foot Manhattan townhouse.

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