ricky martin’s new york city pad
The crooner finally sells the downtown Manhattan digs he purchased almost a decade ago.
Published Aug 10, 2015 5:00 AM
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The pop icon originally put his Greenwich Village condo on the market in 2012 and rented it out while looking for buyers. The 2,637 square foot penthouse is nestled inside a Herzog + de Meuron-designed building on historic Bond Street in downtown Manhattan.
The 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom space features a 33 by 17-ft “great room” with floor-to-ceiling windows and impressive views of the city.
The apartment’s wood floors—and kitchen cabinets and panels—are all made from Austrian smoked oak finished with natural oils.
The master bathroom boasts its own wet room comprised of embossed Corian with the building’s signature graffiti pattern.
And with around-the-clock concierge service and fitness room in the building, it’s no surprise the new owners shelled out a cool $7.55 million for the coveted space.