Latin pop star Ricky Martin has put his Greenwich Village condo up for sale. The property is listed with Douglas Elliman with an asking price set at $8.3 million. He bought the apartment in 2007 for $5.7 million.
One of the most impressive cast iron buildings in the world, 40 Bond Street was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron.
Located at 40 Bond Street, 2,637 sq ft condo has 3 bedrooms and 3 ½ baths. With its floor-through plan apartment gets plenty of light from North-South exposures. Other features include a very large great room, master bedroom with wet room in seamless Corian embossed with graffiti pattern, kitchen with dining area and, washer and dryer. Condo floors are finished in Austrian smoked oak treated with natural oil. Operable floor to ceiling windows provides great views of the city and light through 11-foot windows.
Building amenities include 24-hour concierge service, full-time doorman, health club and private storage.
Last December Puerto Rican star bought a four-bed room apartment for $5.9 million on the Upper East Side at 170 East End Avenue. Dennis Mangone and Pablo Alfaro of Douglas Elliman – the listing agents of Bond Street apartment, also represented Martin in UES transaction.
Source: Douglas Elliman