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Moby sells El Dorado penthouse for $6.7M

August 28, 2008 01:58PM
By Adam Pincus

Alternative rock singer Moby sold his penthouse at the El Dorado, the twin-towered cooperative apartment at 300 Central Park West near 90th Street, for $6.7 million.

Moby, whose real name is Richard Melville Hall, closed on the sale of the four-floor unit to T.M. Dempsey, on August 21, according to city records published today.

Moby had trouble selling the unit, which was originally listed in 2007. The coop board rejected a buyer in January who offered close to the asking price of $7.5 million, and it was returned to the market.

The singer bought the apartment in the south tower of the 28-story building, constructed in 1931, for $4.5 million in 2005.

2 Responses to “Moby sells El Dorado penthouse for $6.7M”

  1. February 14, 2013 at 4:03 pm, U2 Bassist Sells Big Apple Spread to Bruce Willis | My Blog said:

    [...] The Eldorado has long attracted (and allowed) Showbiz types including U2′s front man Bono, Faye Dunaway and Alec Baldwin who listed his pair of apartments in late 2011 and quickly sold the larger one for its $9.5 million asking price. Diminutive, meat-free musician Moby—now based in L.A. in the wacky and storied ridge top compound known as Wolf’s Lair and the writer of one of L.A. more quirky and charming blogs about architecture—briefly owned one of the four-floor tower penthouses that he bought in 2005 for $4.5 million, renovated, flipped back on the market in the summer of 2007 for $7,500,000 and finally sold in August 2008 for $6,700,000 to financier TM Dempsey. [...]

  2. February 14, 2013 at 6:55 pm, U2 Bassist Sells Big Apple Spread to Bruce Willis said:

    [...] The Eldorado has long attracted (and allowed) Showbiz types including U2′s front man Bono, Faye Dunaway and Alec Baldwin who listed his pair of apartments in late 2011 and quickly sold the larger one for its $9.5 million asking price. Diminutive, meat-free musician Moby—now based in L.A. in the wacky and storied ridge top compound known as Wolf’s Lair and the writer of one of L.A. more quirky and charming blogs about architecture—briefly owned one of the four-floor tower penthouses that he bought in 2005 for $4.5 million, renovated, flipped back on the market in the summer of 2007 for $7,500,000 and finally sold in August 2008 for $6,700,000 to financier TM Dempsey. [...]

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