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Real estate scion died of accidental drug overdose: Medical Examiner
Max Elghanayan, the son of TF Cornerstone co-founder Frederick Elghanayan, died of an accidental drug overdose in January, according to the New York City Medical Examiner. He is among a handful of real estate scions who have lost their lives in opioid ...
Eddie Small |
February 23, 2018 08:00AM
Max Elghanayan (Credit: Holly Dutton/Real Estate Weekly)
Max Elghanayan, the son of TF Cornerstone co-founder Frederick Elghanayan, died of an accidental drug overdose in January, according to the New York City Medical ExaminerHe is among a handful of real estate scions who have lost their lives in opioid-related incidents.
Max, 30, had worked as a vice president at his family’s company, focusing on design development and megaprojects like the firm’s six-tower development around Long Island City’s iconic PepsiCo sign.
He had taken several opioids at the time of his death, according to the Medical Examiner.
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