After more than four years on the market, Sean “Diddy” Combs is finally bidding farewell to his Park Imperial pad.
The unknown buyer is set to be handing over $5.7 million in cash, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The Harlem-born rapper and music mogul hasn’t had an easy time parting with his place at 230 West 56th Street. He first listed the one-bedroom condo in 2012 for $8.5 million, then in 2013 the price was cut to just under $8 million. In 2015 it was cut again to $7.5 million and in 2016 it was chopped twice, first to $7 million, then later to $6.5 million.
Diddy’s apartment on the 66th floor features a 90-inch television, a piano room and a Creston system that controls sound in each room. Unfortunately — from the look of the listing photos — 220 Central Park South is now obscuring the Central Park views.
He paid $3.8 million in 2005 for the 2,300-square-foot spread, city records show.