Famed opera singer Luciano Pavarotti died in 2007, but his two-bedroom co-op at Hampshire House—one of the storied buildings lining Central Park South—has sat, unsold, ever since. It was listed back in 2014 for $13.7 million, but was later taken off the market after a price chop and no takers. But according to the Wall Street Journal, the apartment is back with a new broker (Corcoran) and a new price: $10.5 million, a significant decrease from before. The 2,100-square-foot space was, allegedly, "the favorite of [Pavarotti's] several pieds-à-terre," according to his widow, but it has remained largely unchanged from when he first purchased it about 30 years ago. (The new broker told the Journal that some rooms "need freshening up.") Still, it comes with Central Park views and the cachet of living in one of the Three Tenors's former homes.
· Luciano Pavarotti's New York Apartment Returns, Asking $10.5 Million [Curbed]
· Listing: 150 Central Park South Apt. 2301 [Corcoran]
· Buy Pavarotti's Central Park South Pad for $13.7 Million [Curbed]