Ex-Tyco CEO’s New Uptown Digs Come With Central Park Privileges


Since January, Dennis Kozlowski, the once wedding band guitarist who became CEO of Tyco (and later embezzled millions from the conglomerate in order to sustain a hedonistic lifestyle that included gold-plated everything and a notorious Sardinia party featuring an ice statue of David that peed vodka), has been living in a prison on West 110th Street. There, the man Time magazine dubbed the third most crooked CEO (after Bernie Madoff and the Enron guys) has been doing some financial consulting for a nonprofit that works with ex-cons. And, when he needs a break, Kozlowski gets weekly furloughs that allow for jaunts to nearby Central Park.