Bowie’s former NYC apartment and piano is up for sale

David Bowie

And it could be yours for the bargain price of $6.5 million

The former apartment of the late artist hit the market on Monday (27 March).

Located on 160 Central Park Street in the famed Essex House building, the three-bedroom apartment once belonged to Bowie and supermodel Iman.

Together, they lived there for a decade, from 1992-2002.

Ever since the cultural icon left, his Yamaha piano has been passed down through all of its various ownerships, and the dressing room that was built for Iman also remains.

Previously, the master bedroom had been converted into a panic room as a security measure during their stay. While it’s now been restored, heavy bolts can still be found on the doors.

Other notable features are the Central Park views from the 28-foot living room, 1,877 square feet of space overall, two-and-a-half bathrooms (with three baths in total) made from porcelain, custom marble and limestone, and the renovated kitchen.

You can view the listing on Corcoran.