Living With Less: Tech Millionaire Downsizes To 420 Square Feet

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After selling his tech start-up for millions in the 1990s, Graham Hill lived in a mansion in Seattle stocked with expensive furniture, the latest gadgets, and flashy cars in the driveway.Hill still has the money, but now he lives in a sparsely-furnished, 420-square foot studio apartment in New York City — and he couldn’t be happier.An advocate of the minimalist lifestyle, Hill showed TODAY’S Craig...

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