Crypto businessman and fugitive Su Zhu’s $36 million luxurious actual property in Singapore has been transformed into an eco-farm.

In line with latest native media reports, Zhu’s residential property within the city-state’s upscale Yarwood Avenue has been rebranded as “Yarwood Homestead” and operated by Plentiful Cities, an organization his spouse, Evelyn Tao, co-founded.

By way of ecological design and agroecology, the agency remodeled the mansion’s gardens right into a mini farmland, producing greens, herbs, fruits, fish, and poultry. As well as, the bungalow’s entrance garden has been reworked into 36 vegetable gardens, rising okra, spinach, beans, kale, sesame seeds, and radishes. As for the swimming pool, it’s now a pure pond containing aquatic crops, streams, and numerous fish and shrimp. The farm hosts a wide range of on-site non-public gatherings. 

Zhu and his partner bought the property in March 2022 for $36 million, shortly earlier than his Singaporean hedge fund, Three Arrows Capital (3AC), collapsed. Through the top of the crypto bull market, 3AC reportedly managed over $10 billion in digital property. The agency filed for chapter in July 2022 following a collection of failed leveraged bets on the Terra Luna ecosystem and faces as much as $3.5 billion in creditor claims.

On September 29, Cointelegraph reported that Su Zhu was arrested at Singapore’s Changyi Worldwide Airport whereas attempting to leave the country after a courtroom granted a committal order. A number of days prior, Teneo, 3AC’s liquidator was granted its committal request in Singapore, claiming Zhu didn’t adjust to a courtroom order referring to the restoration of company property. Zhu was sentenced to 4 months in jail for the violation.

His co-founder, Kyle Davies, a former U.S. citizen who’s now a Singaporean nationwide, was additionally dedicated to 4 months in jail. Nevertheless, Davies’ whereabouts stay unknown. Earlier this 12 months, Davies publicly boasted that there have been no “pending lawsuits or regulatory motion” towards him on the time. 

The Yarwood Homestead “Tropical R&D Web site”.  Supply: Plentiful Cities

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