Just after considerably less than a thirty day period on the industry asking $16.8 million, David Bowie’s longtime condominium in downtown Manhattan is in deal to be bought, in accordance to assets data and StreetEasy.com.

The musician, who died in 2016 at 69, purchased the condominium for $3.81 million in 1999, in accordance to StreetEasy.

“By all accounts, Bowie beloved residing in SoHo/Nolita,” according to the book ”Forever Stardust: David Bowie Throughout the Universe,” which notes that Mr. Bowie savored wandering by Washington Square Park and searching area bookstores. “He felt at dwelling, semi-anonymous, among the New Yorkers way too cool to act star-struck at superstar sightings.”

Measuring just in excess of 5,000 sq. ft with an supplemental additional-than 1,000 square toes of out of doors place across 3 terraces, the apartment is in a mid-rise making that dates to the late 1800s and was previously home to a chocolate factory, in accordance to StreetEasy.

The four-bedroom unit has immediate elevator accessibility, a 56-foot-extended terrific room, a library and a most important bedroom suite totaling much more than 1,000 sq. feet with a fireplace and a dressing room, the listing displays. The listing agent, Stuart Moss of the Corcoran Group, declined to comment.

Singer David Bowie pictured in 1973.


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Mr. Bowie was a glam-rock icon whose career began in the late 1960s. Identified for his spectacular makeup and outlandish stage wardrobe, his very best identified music provided “Ashes to Ashes” and “Life on Mars?” His loss of life in 2016 followed a battle with most cancers.

The residence is owned by a belief linked to his estate, data show. A trustee stated on the property records couldn’t immediately be achieved.

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