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The dapper dwelling has been on and off the real estate market since 2012—when it was originally priced at $8.5 million!

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The palatial pad rests on the 66th floor of the esteemed Park Imperial building near Columbus Circle and offers more than 2,200 square feet of living space.

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The two-bedroom spread boasts two-and-a-half bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows—with optional blackout shades—and impressive views of nearby Central Park.

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Diddy combined two of the spare rooms to forge one mega-sized Media Room—complete with a piano and wet bar—outside of the master suite.

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Both the master suite and entry hall bathrooms are covered in luxurious Carrera-marble details.

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There’s even an eat-in, Chef’s kitchen with state-of-the art appliances and generous views of the surrounding cityscape.