All Sheryl Crow wanted to do was sell her apartment — and now she’s done it!
The singer and nine-time Grammy Award winner just offloaded her Noho pad at 46 Great Jones Street for $2.27 million, according to the New York Post. She sold the unit using trusts associated with her financial manager, Joel William Vuylsteke (one of them is called the “Beach Trust,” which seems extremely appropriate).
The 2,000-square-foot co-op loft space has two bedrooms and one bathroom, 13-foot ceilings, exposed brick, a funky clawfoot tub, massive windows and extra storage space in the basement. She had originally listed it for $2.35 million in November with Timothy Bascom of Bascom Real Estate.
Per city records, the buyer is Fadi Hanna, who seems to be a managing director at J.P. Morgan. Crow lives on a 50-acre farm in Nashville most of the year, with her two sons, Wyatt and Levi. [NYP]