Pop icon Janet Jackson sold her chic Manhattan apartment — definitely not for a song.
The 56-year-old legendary singer parted ways with her roughly 2,100-square-foot (nearly 25 years) Central Park West crib for $8.8 million, The Wall Street Journal first reported. That’s just shy of the $8.99 million she was seeking when she went public in April.
The WSJ notes that since 1998, the “Reunited” star has purchased a $2.8 million ($5.13 million in today’s inflation-adjusted figure) through a legal entity called the Puffy Trust. this apartment. The new owner is a limited liability company called Nanyang Properties Holdings.
Located at 1 Central Park West, it has three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one and a half bathrooms. What’s more, it has views of Central Park — the entire green expanse can be seen from a single dining counter in the kitchen — and the super-tall towers along the nearby Billionaires Row.
An entry gallery leads to an open living and dining area. The library has a custom millwork wall—and the unit also has floor-to-ceiling windows and 10-foot ceilings. The unit is located in an apartment attached to the Trump International Hotel, just off the southwest entrance to Columbus Circle and Central Park.
Jackson, Bobby Brown Crush, is ‘Project Flyover’ Award-Winning Fashion Designer Christian Siriano’s Muse, have not lived there since 2019. Jackson told The Wall Street Journal in a statement, “I have always cherished my home’s superb location and capturing the breathtaking views of New York’s magic and excitement,” — adding, “I felt so calm and peaceful to cross the threshold immediately — — so many memories.”
Allison Koffman and Juliette Janssens of Sotheby’s International Realty represent the listing.