On May 31, a moving company picked up 44 boxes of furniture, clothes, art and a rug from Strauss Kahn's $4 million Washington, D.C., home.
The next day, movers trucked those boxes into his $50,000 a month New York luxury condominium in tony Tribeca.
An New York Police Department officer stood guard in from of the house while movers hefted the boxes from the moving truck into Strauss-Kahn's condominium.
The person who organized the move was a long-time acquaintance of Strauss-Kahn who lives in Washington.
Strauss-Kahn is under house arrest in the chic three-story Condominium on a total of $6 million in bond and cash bail.
When contacted by ABC News, Benjamin Brafman, one of Strauss-Kahn's attorneys, wouldn't say anything at all about the recent move or Strauss-Kahn's apparent hunkering down in New York City.
Brafman would also not comment on the defense strategy for Strauss-Kahn.
But since Strauss-Kahn's DNA has been found in semen ABC News has learned was found on the maid's clothing and on a section of carpet, experts say the defense will likely insist that any sexual contact between the maid and Strauss-Kahn was consensual.
ABC News' Gerry Wagschal, Seni Tienabeso and Lauren Pearle contributed to this report