The home of one of the bankrupt founders of local real estate company Prium was sold for $1.55 million in cash to a private investment banker and entrepreneur, and his wife.
Dell and Patricia Keehn closed the sale in December, public records show. The fact of the sale was noted March 13 as part of a monthly report to a federal bankruptcy judge overseeing the Prium founders’ case.
Public records show the Keehns sold their home on Mercer Island in November for $3.85 million.
According to a biography on the website for Falah Capital, where Dell Keehn is on the board of advisers, he is the founder of Weatherly Private Capital, a private investment bank. He co-founded Haydrian, a risk management company that specializes in anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs for financial institutions. Most recently he founded Clarian Technologies, a clean-tech company that works on solar energy.
The Keehns’ new home on Wollochet Bay belonged to Hyun Um, one of Prium’s founders, through the limited liability company Queen High Full House. As part of Um and co-founder Tom Price’s personal bankruptcies, their estates are being liquidated.
Price’s home, in the Canterwood neighborhood of Gig Harbor, is still on the market for almost $1.2 million.